Who is that woman in Accounts? And can you remember the name of the guy who comes in on a Wednesday? Maybe you should get your colleagues together for a fun day out teambuilding! Lose the shackles of your corporate structure for a day and get to know each other, with lots of laughs along the way. Get ready for the office party with some group salsa lessons, or see who's really got the biggest brain with a trivia quiz! Or for something really special, get lost on Allegro's very own treasure hunt.
Why not become a major suspect or throw in a red herring or just sit back and enjoy the fun? A Night At The Opera Murder Mystery is a great night's entertainment that involves everyone. Allegro provides a detective to conduct the investigation, nametags, music and prizes.
Ever been in the mood to dance but didn't like the music? Want to dance with your friends but you have different musical tastes? Well, the answer is here! Silent Discos have taken world by storm and now you can share in this craze at your very own event. Silent Disco simply involves a party where people dance to music listened to on wireless headphones. Rather than using a speaker system, music is broadcast via a FM-transmitter with the signal being picked up by wireless headphone receivers worn by the participants.
Treasure hunts are the ultimate team-building experience. They're challenging, exciting and, from the participants' perspective, totally unpredictable. Teams embark on a hunt, in which they're required to unlock clues, decipher cryptic messages and partake in creative pursuits, to uncover the real hidden treasure.
From humble beginnings as a refugee; Anh Do has become one of Australia's most popular corporate entertainers, keynote speakers and stand up comedians. Anh's talks have been called "Inspiring" and even "Life changing." His attitude on how to prosper in uncertain times, is one to motive and tickle the funny bones of any audience.
Beverley O'Connor has been a talented journalist and broadcaster for over 20 years, Beverley specialised in economics and politics, reporting for ABC radio 774 News and Current Affairs programs. She was also a presenter of ABC television's Asia Pacific News Service. Beverley was also fortunate to combine her passion for sport with presenting when given the role to anchor the Sports News Desk for the Seven Network. She then became the first female director of the Melbourne Football Club, where she was on the board for seven years. She was the Vice-Chair till 2008 and the first female to hold this role with an AFL club.
Looking for your inner bogan? You've come to the right place. Welcome to Bogan Bingo! It's like a tribute band/comedy act/trivia night/fancy dress party and bingo bash all rolled into one memorable experience. Some people call it 'tribcomtrivdressbashedy', but that term gets thrown around so much these days we just call it 'Bingo Rock!'
Looking for a way to break down those barriers within a group, or just want to have fun with a group of friends? What better way to enjoy yourselves than to participate in a group dance lesson? Our brilliant instructors sourced from the ever expanding dance scene in Melbourne will be sure to get your group talking, moving and laughing with their personalised and professional dance classes.
With a team of professional musicians and a drum for each participant, our Drumming Workshop facilitates a truly memorable, interactive musical experience. Before delegates arrive we set out on each individual chair, a traditional hand carved African Djembe drum.
Far from your average athlete, Glenn played senior AFL football for both Carlton and Essendon for 12 years before turning his hand to soccer then finding his way into the back of a bobsleigh ahead of the 2006 Turin Winter Olympics. Certainly a path less traveled.