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compere

Brit
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc.
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The compere said we would be playing a game of soccer and the organisers brought out two small-sized goal nets.
WEDNESDAY The Midweek Comedy Cabaret, The Stand, Glasgow Steven Dick and Gary Little compere and headline at night of new comedians.
Lee was born to Anglican parents John and Grace Fox Compere in the English town of Market Harborough on November 3, 1790.
Club spokesman Matt Deleon said: "This table was being particularly abusive towards the compere and some members were chatting and texting.
Now there will be NO main presenter for the party, although Graham Norton will compere the auction.
Latifah and Compere also share producing credits on ``Beauty Shop,'' a distaff spinoff of the popular ``Barbershop'' films.
The Miss Durham competition, which guarantees an automatic place in the Miss England finals, will be held between races, and for Northern Racing group MD Rod Street, who will act as compere, it's a chance to relive his past.
Fleming plays a humorous and empathetic down-at-heels compere who bolsters the dancer as she re-enacts three phases of life and finally, wearing a shroudlike garment, presages her own death.
Two years later he became a major star after taking over as the regular compere of Saturday Night at the London Palladium.
Howard is represented by the William Morris Agency, managed by Shakim Compere and Victoria Fredrick of Flavor Unit, and his attorney is Stewart Levy.
And so he was delighted when his father-in-law, Honley's chairman Roger Wild, invited him to compere this year's concert.