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compere

Brit
a master of ceremonies who introduces cabaret, television acts, etc.
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PNCA arranged a two-day workshop keeping in view the growing demand for compering and Radio Jockeying, an official of PNCA told APP.
In her remarks, Kanwal Naseer highlighted the very basic principles and requirements of compering and said a compere needed to be a well read and well versed person, familiar with the literature, background history and objectives of the event.
This year's line-up includes: The Magic Band, The Wicked Whispers and The Lucid Dream, as well as a light show from Towyn Roberts, a DJ set from Edgar Jones and compering from Dave Monks.
"Compering is a another skill set," he says of the difference between hosting a night and performing solo.
Compere for the night is CHRIS RAMSEY, who returns to Hilarity Bites fresh from compering The Comedy Zone, the biggest show for rising stars at this year's Edinburgh fringe.
How do you feel to be compering this year's BYPY awards?
DEFIANT Craig Doyle yesterday laughed off the row over his cheeky compering at the TV Now Awards.
Actor Rhys Ifans has come under fire for a joke he made about child abuse while compering an anti-slavery event
Every year Colin spends 10 weeks at the Comedy Club compering local up and coming and visiting international acts.
TV presenter and former Wales rugby star Rupert Moon will be compering the event on Monday, October 14.
Society member Brian Walker, who is compering the Bedworth show, said: ``We are delighted to have secured his services.