Alfie Moore

Alfie Moore

Alfie is an experienced and versatile humorous speaker, BBC Radio 4 presenter and comedy writer with his distinctive niche as a serving police sergeant (currently on a sabbatical). A natural and truly charismatic raconteur his thrilling insights into life at the frontline of the police force will not only alter your perspective on the ‘boys in blue’ but have you in fits of laughter!

Alfie delivers a wealth of insights and comedy moments from his eighteen years on the beat where dealing with everyday incidents has generated a host of humorous stories that you ‘just couldn’t make up’.

He has written and presented two series of his prime-time BBC Radio 4 comedy series 'IT'S A FAIR COP' which engages the audience in making decisions about the real dilemmas faced by police officers - with hilarious results. The show received both public and critical acclaim and a third series is currently being considered by the BBC commissioning panel.

He has written and performed four solo comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival including ‘THE NAKED STUN’ which was a total sell-out in Edinburgh in August 2014 and subsequently toured nationally and internationally. His 2015 show, ‘A FAIR COP STANDS UP’ was nominated for Best Comedy at the Buxton Festival and quickly sold out in Edinburgh. Alfie has also supported Rhod Gilbert, Sarah Millican, Russell Kane and Milton Jones on their national comedy tours.

Alfie was one of the stars of ‘Show Me the Funny’ (ITV) and wrote and presented ‘Alfie Moore’s Almanac’ for BBC Radio. More recently he has been featured on The Wright Stuff (Channel 5), Comic Relief, as a ‘pundit’ on Sky News, BBC Radio 4’s Idiots Guide to Crime and Punishment, Crime (BBC 3), and Confessions of a Police Officer (Channel 4). He is a regular columnist for Police Oracle and a member of the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain.

"Very funny......... lots of well-crafted jokes” - The Telegraph

“His tales of life on the force are both hilarious and utterly convincing”- SceneFirst

“He’s terrific with a live audience" – Daily Mail

“He’s a very funny man” - Rhod Gilbert

“Brilliantly funny, genuinely hiilarious” – David Mitchell