Choose the right person for your event

With years of experience on stage, Shane is a consummate performer. An expert communicator, he will keep your events on schedule, all whilst keeping audiences smiling and entertained.

Speaker - Leadership

As a police officer for 26 years, teaching for 22 years, in IT web development for 20 years, a business owner for 10 years, a change leader for almost 30 years as well as a passionate actor and theatre director, Shane knows what it takes to lead.

Master of Ceremonies

Shane is a true chameleon and tailors his work as an MC to exactly what you require. Shane is able to support your corporate, charity, community event, or your social or sporting club function, large or small.

Corporate Performer

As a corporate performer, Shane provides his audiences with carefully crafted entertainment and comedy. A perfect mix of levity and a message where required will allow your audiences to relax, unwind and really enjoy your event.

What Shane's some of clients say

Gravitas Leadership Group

Fulton Smith - Executive Director, Consulting Services

“Shane recently worked with us on a video project for a major client. Shane’s professionalism was fantastic – his approach was a great mix of creativity and pragmatism to meet the client’s needs. His humour ensured that the atmosphere was kept light and entertaining yet focused. Shane was highly regarded by the crew and all expressed a keenness to work with him again. Thanks Shane, great job.”

CDS Australia

Clive O'Sullivan - Director

"Shane is a very good MC and kept things moving which was needed."

Ipswich Hospice Care

Kerryn Costello - Marketing Manager

"I just wanted to say Thank You once again for everything you did for the Jacaranda Dinner! We couldn't have pulled off such a successful night without your help."

Ipswich City Library

Lachlan Gill

"Shane was very pleasant, looked the part and remained in character during the event. He was professional to deal with, prompt and read the Lawson poem very well."

Shane's on 'Drive' @ West Bremer Radio


Latest Blog Posts

How do you inspire people? Be different.

To inspire you must show passion. You must show feeling. Progressive behaviour. Positivity. Difference. It was the Dalai Lama who said, ‘In order to carry a positive action we must develop a positive vision.’ These are the traits that people will follow you for, for themselves.

Backstory – You have to come from somewhere… to know where you are going

I’m 12 years old. It’s my last day of primary school and my best friend asks me to start walking home with him. He suggests that we cut through the school grounds. We turn into a laneway and I notice two school bullies about five metres away from us in the laneway. I look at my best friend. He looks away and then takes about three steps back. In my peripheral vision, I can see another boy coming in from behind. A cold shiver rushes over me.

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Ipswich, Queensland 4305

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Shane Mallory 
0403 175 702