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compere

Brit
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc.
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The Ruthin actor compered a major anti-slavery concert in London on Sunday night.
Now the pressure is on to better last year's event which was an outstanding success, attended by more than 500 people and compered by Sir Digby Jones.
The lavish Jonathon Mayor camply compered with more than a dash of gold glitter, while acts such as vampress Rosie Lugosi, fire dancers The Cathouse Bells and slapstick male burlesque performer, Carrington
Boro greats Gordon Jones, John Hendrie, Curtis Fleming and Alan Peacock were guests at the event, while Century FM commentator Alastair Brownlee compered the evening at Gisborough Hall.
Anvil has promoted and compered his own comedy clubs, written for local newspapers, magazines, radio and TV, as well as appearing regularly on national television and radio.
The show will be compered by Anthony J Brown and it all kicks off at 8pm Tickets on 01484 430528.
And this year there is a new Merseyside category at the event, which will be compered by the broadcaster Anthony Wilson.
Mr Pratt, who also compered the 2003 event, said: "I strongly believe that Birmingham has some of the best legal talent in the country.
Compered by Caerphilly MP Wayne David, the concert is being held in the Mount Carmel Church, Caerphilly, on Friday, April 22, at 7.
The event will be compered by Cathy Tyson, with special guests Courtney Griffiths QC and Yvonne Brewster OBE, and performances by the River Niger Orchestra, Tayo Aluko, Sue Yo, Ann Lopez and local school children.
She staged her Michelle And Friends variety event at the Liverpool Empire last night, compered by comedian Stan Boardman and Big Brother winner Craig Phillips.
Featuring the Band of the Welsh Guards, Aled Jones, Julian Lloyd Webber and Massed Male Voice Choirs, the event on Friday October 31 will be compered by BBC Royal correspondent Jennie Bond.