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compere

Brit
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc.
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"It's time for a young person to keep the antics going now and hopefully you'll find a young person to compere for another 27 years."
Later, Sully will move on to the Olympia Laughter Lounge (West Derby Road) headlining a bill including Matt Reed, Mike Newall and compere R David.
Ms Compere, 31, said: "I made the sighting on a tram.
WE'RE NO ANGELS: Punters at club take turns to groan into microphone; RISQUE: Compere; Garth Cruickshanks
The amateur group plans to hold its annual show in May, but is in urgent need of a compere.
St Helens-born BBC broadcaster Mark Edwardson was compere.
If there are any others I haven't heard." He will be joined by Mike Bubbins and resident compere Matt Price as well as comedy poet Mab Jones.
The packed crowd last Wednesday were clearly in the mood to banish the credit crunch blues with an evening of laughter, and there was plenty of that from the moment compere Jim Smallman took to the stage.
JASON COOK is a regular compere at Stockton's Catch 22 Comedy Club and also compered the first Big Mouth Comedy Club at Middlesbrough Town Hall Crypt earlier this month.
To kick off the autumn season on September 7, comedian Dave Johns - a Geordie stand-up of the highest calibre - uses his contrived manner and sense of fun to compere the evening's entertainment.
Michelle Webster, Michael Powell; Ian Bell MBE and Tony Andrews (UTP); Gladstone Small MBE, compere and former Warwickshire and England cricketer; Tina Donald, Allan Donald, Emma Salisbury, Ian Salisbury; Lois Small, Ashley Giles MBE and Stine Giles; Charlie Dagnall, auctioneer, Simon Millington, benefit chairman
Compere for the Gateshead show is the fast-witted Jason Cook, with the middle act for Gateshead being man of a thousand funny voices, Matt Seber.