Big Brother Little Brother
Big Brother Little Brother is a hilarious musical comedy duo that is guaranteed to liven up any corporate event, sporting function or business conference.
Since winning a prestigious, national comedy competition in 2002, Big Brother Little Brother have gone on to perform all over Australia and the world. They’ve appeared on television and radio, performed at Parliament House and even entertained our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, not once, but three times. They are also seasoned professionals when it comes to corporate audiences. Half Polish, half Scottish, half Aussie (yes, they failed maths!), Big Brother Little Brother combine hilarious gags with even funnier songs...
- Big Brother Little Brother is a hilarious musical comedy duo that is guaranteed to liven up any corporate event, sporting function or conference.
- Half Polish, half Scottish, half Aussie, Big Brother Little Brother combine hilarious gags with even funnier songs that’ll have you and your audience singing in stitches - like a classic Aussie rock song sung in Polish, a totally outrageous version of the Scottish National Anthem and an Airline Safety Demonstration for the new millennium.
- Whatever the corporate event, if you’re looking for a Corporate Comedian that is different, funny, cheeky, clever and full of energy, then Big Brother Little Brother is for you.
- Big Brother Little Brother... they’re not your normal boy band!
If you’re looking for something fun and funny at your next event, Big Brother Little Brother is the way to go. Big Brother Little Brother are ideal for team building, having co-workers, bosses, and employees alike discussing their hilarity long after the show is done. With both musical numbers and skits, Big Brother Little Brother is cheeky without violating any employee handbook rules. In fact, even churches trust their humour.
Big Brother Little Brother is comprised of real-life brothers Adam and Matthew Hedditch. This musical comedy duo won the national comedy competition in 2002, and has appeared on numerous television shows, events, and radio spots. Loved by all, they have performed at Parliament House and gone overseas to Iraq and Afghanistan three times to perform for the troops. They have appeared on The Comedy Network and are regulars on The Footy Show, for which they received an award in 2005.
Billing themselves as “corporate comedians”, Big Brother Little Brother’s skit generally includes an attempt at being a boy band, with one playing guitar while the other jams out on the triangle. They specialise in getting even the most stuffy businessmen and women the laugh of a lifetime, and have spoken at events for everything from banks to Nestle.
Look out for a classic Aussie rock song sung in Polish, a totally outrageous version of the Scottish National Anthem, and an Airline Safety Demonstration you will pay attention to!
- Musical performance
"‘Big Brother, Little Brother’ were very entertaining; they had all our guests in stitches. I would recommend them for any work or corporate function."
LWP Property Group Pty Ltd
"Big Brother Little Brother delivered a hilariously funny performance."
Australian Institute of Sport
"Big Brother Little Brother were fantastic, they had everyone rolling in the aisles."
"I would recommend them for any work party or corporate function."
Lumley General Insurance
"They were funny, clever and excellent ambassadors for Australia."
Australian Defence Force
"They were really fantastic. I loved the Scottish National Anthem!"
Bill Nelson is an elite international sporting coach who has turned his knowledge of developing peak team and individual performance into a world-class corporate consultancy, Total Performance Concepts Pty Ltd. Bill's wisdom on the science of motivation, performance coaching and team building has been utilised by business organisations, defence forces, the real estate and telecommunications industries, educational institutions, local government, numerous businesses and elite sporting programs throughout the world.read more
Khoa recently directed Better Man and the Schapelle Corby telemovie. He was awarded the Young Australian of the Year in 2005 for his work with disadvantaged communities, the first time a film-maker has been awarded the accolade. In August 2013, Khoa was appointed to the board of the Australia Council, the most influential arts board in Australia.read more