Mike Osman

Former star of ITV’s impressionists series ‘Copycats’. Superb comedian and with Mike’s amazing range of impressions, you never know who is going to be on the guest list. Mike Osman is one of the most respected performers in Britain today and yet, for many years it was a … Read More

Paul Boardman

Paul is a stand-up comedian and speaker, writing and performing his material and with a sharp line in observational comedy. He is a regular on the ‘Jongleurs’ comedy circuit, and the corporate scene working for the top brand clients in the country such as Sony, Vodafone, British Airways, … Read More

Robbie Glen

Robbie was reared in Lanarkshire and educated at Hamilton Academy and Strathclyde University.  He taught for one year in Blantyre before joining the Prison Service as an Assistant Governor in 1969. Polmont Young Offenders, Longriggend Remand Institution and Edinburgh Prison Governor – Castle Huntly Young Offenders Institution Governor … Read More

Sean Styles

To anyone visiting Liverpool for the first time, evidence of the ‘wicked’ sense of humour of its inhabitants is immediately evident.  The city seems full of people always ready with a witty retort and the ability to make the most of any opportunity that comes their way to … Read More

Sid Dennis

Growing up in the family concern of scrap metal which had been established by his grandfather in 1884, Sid entered adulthood with an already well seasoned exceptional business sense and an astute ability to pick up on the humour in even the most mundane affairs of trade. Sid’s … Read More

Simon Weston

Only a handful of people would have recognised the Simon Weston who headed out for the Falklands Conflict back in June 1982.  But the face of the Simon Weston who returned from the bombing of the Sir Galahad is recognised the world over, not for his disfigurement from … Read More

Sir Chris Bonnington

Sir Chris Bonington is one of the most successful expedition leaders in the history of mountaineering.  In 1970 he led the expedition that climbed the South Face of Annapurna and in 1975 achieved success on Everest – The Hard Way, up its huge SouthWest Face.  He reached the … Read More

Sir Ranulph Fiennes

In 1984 the Guinness Book of Records described Sir Ranulph as the “World’s Greatest Living Explorer”. He was awarded the Sultan of Oman’s Bravery Medal in 1970, the Polar Medal with bar from the Queen, the Explorers Club of New York Medal in 1983, the Royal Scottish Geographical … Read More

Steve Womack

Steve Womack has long been established as one of the country’s finest comedy entertainers, the bulk of his work being in the corporate market. His work has taken him all around the world and back again stopping off in France, Germany, Italy, Sicily, Greece, Rhodes, Corfu, Belgium, Spain, … Read More

Sue Holderness

Sue Holderness (born 28 May 1949, Hampstead) is an English actress. Since 1985 she has played the role of Marlene Boyce in the British sitcom Only Fools and Horses (until 2003) and its spin-off The Green Green Grass (from 2005 until 2009). Career After A-levels she trained at … Read More

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