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The perfect after dinner speaker is an entertainer and an educator and should make your event memorable and a pleasure to attend. They should be erudite, enigmatic and enthralling. In the context of a dinner, a speaker might address wide-ranging themes from current affairs, through to politics, Prime Ministers, Presidents, personal experience, history, and of course … the future. A speaker may be high-profile and known to all ages, or they may be temporarily in the public eye and famous for fifteen minutes. Many of the very best speakers have never or seldom made it to the television screen and are eminently affordable to most budgets. It is definitely safe to say that the centuries-old tradition of after dinner speaking is as alive as it has ever been. Call us to discuss any of these event speakers and many more who can excite an audience and who can attract a bigger audience for your in-person or virtual event.
Benedict Allen - one of Britain's leading adventurers - is particularly known for his television programmes - occasionally made with the help of a film crew but more typically without. He paved the way for the current generation of TV adventurers. ... [more]
Raymond Blanc opened his first restaurant which, 'Les Quat' Saisons' in Summertown, Oxford. After just one year, the restaurant was named Egon Ronay Restaurant of the Year and a host of other accolades including Michelin Stars and Pestle & Mortar awa... [more]
Kyran Bracken has experienced the highs and lows of first class rugby union and has witnessed first-hand the transition to the professional game. During his time at Bristol Kyran continued to have a successful career in law until the advent of profes... [more]
Adrian Chiles is one of the BBC's most versatile and admired presenters, and is famously football-mad – in particular about West Bromwich Albion. He currently presents the BBC daily magazine programme The ONE Show and is a former presenter of Workin... [more]