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MC’ing at the Baxter Theatre


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I MC’d an event at the famous “Baxter Theatre” Cape Town. It was a fashion show. See their website here: http://www.baxter.co.za/

MC stands for “Master of Ceremonies”. This means it’s your job to host the event. This includes:

+ Welcoming the audience

+ Speaking about the clothing they are seeing, such as where it can be found.

+ Pumping up a crowd when the mood drops

+ Ending off the event doing all the Thank Yous and saying goodbye
Speaking to the crowd

There were great South African designers showcasing their work – including labels like LoveValerie, MeMeMe, NoNameAttached, Monsoon and Sissy Boy.

We as the MC’s were dressed by a well-known, trendy fashion boutique called Michiko London.

The vibe was very relaxed – people coming and going between designers – and I preffered it because I was quite nervous!

It was nice to have a co-host with me with whom to banter and have fun. Together we enjoyed the space, enjoyed the crowd and in fact I learnt a lot about local designers right here in CT!

Tamika Doubell and Laurian Nortje Kabongo

I found that I really enjoyed MC’ing/hosting. It’s good to do your research for this kind of job. Make sure you know all about the brands you are speaking about so you can be informed + give your audience the correct information.

Tamika Doubell and Laurian Nortje Kabongo

Another thing I am learning about this industry….. you need a CONSTANT flow of energy! Your energy and enthusiasm in such an instance directly influences a crowd, so you have to constantly be radiant and up-beat as you take an audience through different stages of an event.

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