After Dinner Speaker Category
Close your event with an after dinner speaker, corporate entertainer or comedian, to bring some light relief and humour to reward your delegates for their hard work. Our after dinner speakers and entertainers, have worked throughout the UK, Europe and beyond, and are all professional speakers and entertainers of the highest quality. Please contact us for help and advice on finding the right after dinner speaker for your event.
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Terry Alderton Price range from £ 2000 - 4000
Until now, ex-Southend goalkeeper and former holiday camp entertainer was comedy's best-kept secret. This astounding act is a riot of exuberant, loose-limbed physical comedy, extraordinary caricatures and stunningly acute impressions. Combining a fearless on-stage presence, unshakable confidence and streetwise hyperactive delivery, Terry leaves his audience exhilarated and exhausted with laughter. Terry starred in ITV1's London Burning in 2002, and also hosted in his own radio show, Terry's Turnstiles on London's Capital Radio FM In 2000, after a highly successful sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Terry was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award.
Peter Alliss Price range from £ 7000 - 10000
Peter was born in 1931, the son of famous British Professional Percy Alliss, one of Britain's leading professionals between 1920 and 1939. He has twice been Captain of the Professional Golfers' Association and was the first President of the European Women's Professional Golfers Association, as well as past President of the British Greenkeepers' Association. Peter is recognised around the world for his television commentaries for ABC in the United States and the BBC in Europe, as well as working for the Australian and Canadian Broadcasting Corporations.
Martin Bayfield Price range from £ 4000 - 7000
Martin Bayfield the ex British Lion made his debut for England in 1991 and played for the first team until 1998 when a serious neck injury forced him retire from the game. He had won the Rugby Football Player of the Year title in his career span. He gained a creditable 31 international caps, playing in the 1992 and 1995 Grand Slam sides. He was a part of the 1995 World Cup Squad to play against South Africa and was selected for five out of six tests. Martin also played in all three tests on the British Lions' tour to New Zealand.
Chris Beardshaw Price range from £ 4000 - 7000
The first years in television for Chris began in the fertile beds of TV Gardening, blooming in 2003 with no fewer than three prestigious BBC 2 series: - Gardener's World, Hidden Gardens, Flying Gardener - progressing to Channel 4's live Great Garden Challenge for 2005:- For 62 days through the summer teams from all over Britain designed small gardens in a vast plot at Blenheim Palace with the public voting winners and losers as the series proceeded.
Caroline Bernstein Price range from £ 2000 - 4000
Caroline has been successfully captivating corporate audiences for over 20 years, with her highly original brand of comedy. Her impressive career spans stage, television and radio, working alongside celebrities such as Jack Dee, Harry Hill and Brian Conley. She recently appeared on the BBC’s award winning ‘Double Take’ and her extensive experience in the comedy clubs, resulted in her acclaimed one-woman impression show at the Edinburgh Festival.
Caspar Berry Price range from £ 2000 - 4000
Caspar Berry started his career as the lead in the first series of Byker Grove on BBC1 alongside Ant and Dec. He went on to read Economics and Anthropology at Cambridge and – after setting his sights on being a professional film writer – had his first screenplay produced by Film Four while still in his third year of university. By the time he was 23 he was writing for Miramax and Columbia Tri Star. Then at 25 he took the decision to end this career path; he moved to Las Vegas; and became a professional poker player!
Bob 'The Cat' Bevan MBE Price range from £ 4000 - 7000
"Acknowledged as Britain's leading full time after dinner speaker" - The Stage. There aren't many people in the business he hasn't worked with. Recently he was asked to appear in "Ronnie and Friends" at the Fairfield Halls with Ronnie Corbett, Jasper Carrott, Jimmy Tarbuck and Bruce Forsyth. The list also includes The Bee Gees, Elkie Brooks, Eric Clapton, Phil Collins, Billy Connolly, David Essex, George Harrison, Bob Hoskins, Barry Humphries, Elton John, Elaine Paige and Rod Stewart!
Gyles Brandreth Price range from £ 4000 - 7000
After Dinner Speaker Gyles Brandreth's varied career has ranged from playing Baron Hardup in Cinderella to being a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury in John Major's government. Known for the colourful jumpers he wore on countless game shows and on TV-am in the 1970s and 1980s, he became the MP for the City of Chester in 1992. In 1997, with politics behind him, he returned to a career in writing and broadcasting. He is the children's publisher with Andre Deutsch and editorial consultant to Whitaker's Almanac.
Julian Bray Price range from £ 4000 - 7000
Julian Bray an internationally recognized broadcaster, author, journalist, actor and motivational business speaker and presenter initially with the BBC then spearheading the emerging commercial radio and television networks in the UK and Europe. He’s been at the centre of, influencing world and current affairs for over 30 years. Julian Bray is a highly rated established keynote speaker on the international convention circuit, regularly featuring at the top end of delegate satisfaction surveys and has featured in the premier reference source to the British establishment: Debretts Distinguished People of Today 2007 and for the last fifteen annual editions.
Derren Brown Price range from £ POA
Born in Croydon in 1971, Derren traces his interest in psychological techniques to childhood. "I was a very good liar and a revoltingly charming child", he says. Like a lot of solitary children he developed an interest in magic but it was only later at Bristol University, where he studied Law and German that he started to take it seriously. "I found myself developing an analytical mind-set, able to spot the loopholes in anyone's argument very quickly". After graduating, Derren abandoned a career in Law and concentrated on developing his skills at psychological magic. He was able to pay the bills by combining performing in cafes and bars with a sideline in portraiture.