Em had the audience engaged and really entertained - Target
In 2001 Emily was the first ever woman to win the National Raw Comedy Competition. In 2002 she came 2nd nationally in the Greenfaces comedy competition. Then, she went on to work as a support act for Puppetry of the Penis 2001 & 2003. One should never work with children, animals OR genitals! Soon she was filling in for the breakfast crew on Adelaide’s MMM Radio. Then she took on the blousy role of Caprice Cerise in the Aussie feature movie The Honourable Wally Norman directed by Ted Emery of Kath and Kim fame. She showed up next in Macleod’s Daughters where she played Constance, a lovely rural woman with a penchant for a tipple and a bawdy eye.
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Last Thursday trivia afternoon went very well. We had a 3 hour professional development session in the morning and staff were ready for some good cheer and lots of laughs that Em provided.
Em was well organised and the comedy & trivia competition got the teams energized from the start. The challenges eg tower building, office tosser got everyone engaged and there was lots of encouragement from teams members. It was a great way to bring the staff together and share some laughs!
- Liz, Deer Park North Primary School
The night was fantastic, yes Em had the audience engaged and really entertained. I have had so many people call me or text me saying what a great time they had. I will highly recommend your company and Em gladly to anyone.
- Tracey, Target