Kate Write
Kate Wright OzStar

MC

Kate is funny, clever, gorgeous, quick-witted, and highly skilled and audiences absolutely love her. Why wouldn’t you, she has a fabulous down-to-earth, super charismatic personality that is fun and lovable and audiences of all ages love her. Kate always delivers; she is professional, versatile, has great circus tricks in her repertoire and is a great improviser, all of which makes her a terrific host/mc” - Greg Clarke , Director and CEO of the Adelaide Fringe Festival.


Kate Wright has been engaged to MC numerous variety shows, corporate events, cabarets, festival group shows, showcase stages and more.
Kate Wright’s experience and years of touring with OzStar Airlines, Ding Dong, Festival T.V and working with dotComedy have given her the skills to compere any type of show and or event.
She seamlessly makes a show flow and gives it a spice and strength that carries and connects the acts throughout the show.
Having performed her acts in many cabarets, Kate has learned what is required as an MC to look after both the performers/speakers and the audience. She has enough material up her sleeve and improvisational skills to fill any extra time if need be.
Kate can MC as any of her characters from her shows with short exerts from her shows to top and tail the evening or if needed in the program or can create a character just for your event.

She can perform the ridiculous to the straighter character to something inbetween. Get in touch at kate@katewright.com.au to discuss your event requirements.

For the past five years she has hosted the Fringe’s main showcase- stage in Adelaide’s Rundle Mall winning over audiences with a number of hilarious and unique characters she developed especially for the role. The Fringe stage featured a diverse range of Fringe artists' showcasing their work and Katie’s role as MC meant she had to introduce hundreds of artists over the 4 weeks of the Festival. Long days and a diverse line-up never seemed to faze Kate who consistently kept audiences entertained and coming back for more. She always ensured the show flowed and the energy was kept up for both the audiences and the non-stop line-up of guests that she also looked after" - Greg Clarke , Director and CEO of the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

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