GALA DINNER

CleanUp 2019 Gala Dinner

Tuesday 10 September 2019, 6.30pm pre-dinner drinks for a 7.00pm start, Panorama Ballroom, Adelaide Convention Centre

The Conference Gala Dinner is the highlight of the CleanUp social program and includes recognition of industry excellence with the presentation of the 2019 CARE Award and the Agilent Award for Innovation in Analytical Science, along with the winners of the CRC CARE High School Essay Competition. Ticket purchases include a three-course meal, drinks and entertainment (read about the 2019 entertainers below).

The Gala Dinner is proudly sponsored by SWM Environment.

Tickets ($170) sell out fast, so register for yours now!

Isaac Lomman, Comedy Stage Hypnotist  

After-dinner entertainment

Isaac Lomman is a unique entertainer who fuses the power of hypnosis with hilarious routines to create stars out of members of the audience.  Providing a clean show for everyone to enjoy, Isaac creates this hilarity from volunteers only that join him on stage to experience this powerful mental state of focus and imagination. Highlighting the power of our minds through comedy is Isaac’s mission and you can see him plying his craft all around Australia and parts of the world. His stage performances deliver a powerful message of just how powerful the human mind can be when communicating with the unconscious mind to help us achieve goals in all areas of life.

Isaac became a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master of Neuro Linguistic Programming and Master of Time Dynamics in 2010. He has been performing professionally since 2011, combining his skills as a hypnotist with his natural stage presence and passion for entertaining. Isaac’s shows have become wildly successful through his appearances in festivals such as the Adelaide Fringe. He became widely known in 2014 when a video of him working with Port Adelaide Football Club went viral.

Lish Fejer, ABC Radio

Master of Ceremonies

Lish Fejer grew up on large stations in the bush before studying Biochemistry at ANU. After graduating she ventured off on her bike to cook in Europe. After a few years of eating her wages in cheese, she squeezed back into Australia to work at Questacon. She has worked in the field of science communication as a presenter, speaker, writer and exhibition developer ever since. Lish was co-host of ABC TV’s eco-home-reno show Carbon Cops. She joined the ABC Radio Canberra team in 2010 and she loved working on the wireless so much, she didn’t want to leave. Lish rides a bike, does science experiments at parties (she met her husband when she fired a scone out of a potato cannon), and is a proud owner of over 15,000 worms.