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The profile artists listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events, gala dinners, awards nights or private functions & are some of the best known and well-loved in Australia.

If you would like to make an artist booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in & either email us via contact us or call us on 03 9500 1613. We have a cover band suitable for any occasion - corporate functions, venues, clubs & pubs.


Featured Artist:

Rhonda Burchmore

Australia's best loved voice.

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Marty’s act is a clever combination of spectacular juggling, fire eating and death defying feats, all wrapped up with non-stop humour. Among his routines is the uproarious apple, bowling ball and egg juggle where he eats the apple during the stunt.

There is the “dangerous objects juggle” atop a two metre unicycle where Marty enlists the help of the audience in getting started. And of course he likes to finish on his now famous chainsaw juggle (sans kittens for the stage act!). With or without cats his deftness for combining hilarious patter, visual surprise gags and tension building stunts always keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. 

Marty Coffey certainly has a sensational approach to comedy basing it around juggling; or a sensational approach to juggling basing it around comedy. 

Whichever way you look at it Marty Coffey has a sensational comedy act.


"Nikki Bennett puts on an electrifying performance" The Sydney Morning Herald "..the quintessential showgirl, ….Nikki Bennett comes alive when the spotlight's on." The Sun Herald "Entertainment with a capital E " Nikki Bennett's performance is perfect…" The Weekend Australian 2001 saw the international release of Nikki Bennett's first feature film, Walk the Talk, which has been acclaimed as one of the best Australian films of recent years. 
She has also recorded her soon to be released first single. She has been featured in a number of magazines and newspapers and is fast becoming an Australian face to watch out for. 
Nikki has been performing internationally for some years now. No stranger to world stages, she has taken her high voltage cabaret show as far as Italy, France, Russia, China, India, South America, New Zealand, Fiji, Indonesia and, of course, throughout Australia.. She has been nominated five times by the Australian Entertainment (MO) Awards in the category of Female Vocal Performer of the Year. 
In 1997 Nikki was chosen by SOCOG to represent Sydney to international delegates and has been the face of the Sydney Cabaret Convention since 1998. 


Mick O’Neill has been performing musical comedy for well over a decade!!!  He earnt his spot with The Music Men (from “Hey Hey Its Saturday” fame), with his wacky madness and impersonations.  Now he is performing as one of Australia’s favourite ladies, Dame Edna Everage, who is sure to be the highlight of your function and ensure a night to remember!!!  Mick’s background in entertainment goes back some 25 years; from playing in bands, acting as MC at private functions and performing comedy acts – with an endless list of events performed at.

He definitely knows his way around the entertainment business from TV and radio to sporting events, corporate and private functions.

Television appearances include a national TV commercial for Mitsubishi, as well as performing on The Footy Show, Sports Tonight, The Today Show, The Midday Show, Good Morning Australia, A Current Affair, Today Tonight, This Is Your Life and Sale Of The Century.


For an evening of top entertainment, the team of Anne Wood and Shaun Murphy are unsurpassed.

During their successful careers; Anne on the musical stage in productions such as Mamma Mia!, The Sound of Music and Cats and Shaun as a cabaret star and the frontman of Combo Fiasco, they have honed an act full of hilarity, delivered through parodies of well known songs. Their tongue-in-cheek approach establishes an instant rapport with an audience, and leaves them humming the songs they all know, with a fresh take on the lyric! 

They will masterfully tailor material specific to their target audience through great comedy and music, leaving the crowd wanting more.

With material that runs the gamut from the songs of Abba and Bette Midler, to the world of Cole Porter and Edith Piaf, Wood and Murphy offer the ideal corporate entertainment package.


Denise - an only child - first saw TV as an eight-year-old. Just years later, she made her TV debut aged 11 - as a member of the GTV9 Junior Ballet with "Uncle Norman" (Swain) on The Tarax Show. She was paid the equivilant of $4.80 for two performances a week and has worked in and around the TV industry ever since.
Regular TV exposure thrust her into the limelight and in 1975 Denise won the TV Week Gold Logie for the Most Popular Female Personality on Australian TV. She won her second Gold Logie the next year.
In 1998, Denise joined the Seven Network to present her own TV show - simply called Denise - for the first time in her career.


Bernadette Robinson's one-woman shows "You Might As Well Live", "Calling All Angels" and "Patsy Cline: Her Songs, Her Story" have had sell-out seasons in venues around Australia . The Australian Financial Review commented that her voice"…touches emotional chords with a delicacy and strength only a true artist can accomplish." Top rating Melbourne radio personality Ernie Sigley recently introduced her on his programme as "one of Australia's greatest talents".

In addition to her one woman shows, Bernadette has sung in English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi and French at events across Australia and in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Toronto, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, Buenos Aires, Singapore and Paris. The Sydney Morning Herald hailed one of her performances, hosted by Qantas in Beijing, as "a diplomatic triumph: Robinson walked into the room and began to sing. Wow. This woman was liquid silver. It is difficult to describe her. Torch singer … cabaret artist … muse … Edith Piaf … When she launched into Mandarin, with, I was told, perfect intonation, you could see the Chinese officials change. They glowed. What had started as an exercise in protocol turned into an Event.


Australia's very own Rat Pack has burst into the corporate scene in a tight, polished, tongue-in-cheek cabaret act evoking the style of the infamous American Rat Pack and starring some of Australia's brightest talents. Already having worked extensively in the corporate arena with The Three Waiters, Dale Burridge, David Malek, Simon Pryce and Michael Falzon have now created The Rat Pack's Back. Together, three of the team sing and dance up a storm with some of the world's most loved songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr.

Come Fly With Me; You Make Me Feel So Young; Volare; New York, New York; The Lady Is A Tramp; One For My Baby; What Kind Of Fool Am I; When Somebody Loves You; I'm Gonna Live Until I Die; My Way…

With masterfully recorded backing tracks, The Rat Pack's Back recreates the sound of the Big Band era in a dazzling half-hour show. Dressed to the nines, the three guys venture into the audience with witty one liners and soaring vocals, standing on chairs and even getting a lucky few up to dance! The act reaches its climax with a fully choreographed rendition of the classic - New York, New York.

Each of the performers in The Rat Pack's Back has worked extensively all over Australia and throughout the world in major musical theatre productions, concerts and corporate events. Between them, they have starred in such shows as The Phantom of the Opera; Les Miserables; Aspects of Love; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; Anything Goes; The Sound of Music; Hello, Dolly!; Side By Side By Sondheim, Cats, and Witches of Eastwick, to mention just a few.

Bookings are flooding in for this slick new and unique corporate act, which promises your guests a beautifully crafted and highly charged experience. One they will not forget.


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