Presenters & Award Hosts
An Awards ceremony is a chance for celebration and reflection and to recognise achievement. It allows delegates to have an entertaining break in a convivial environment but at the same time have the chance to discuss the importance of their work and recognise and appreciate the achievement of the person being awarded. Gathering and sharing experiences is a very powerful means of encouragement in the corporate environment.
By using a Celebrity Awards Host, not only will your event have that added 'wow factor' but your audience will appreciate how much you in turn appreciate them! It is a win-win situation. And we can help you select just the right Presenter/Host for the event – whether it be a big name Comedian, Actor or Actress – or, if you want a more business-like approach, a Politician, News Presenter or Sports Personality – whichever the category, we have a huge selection to choose from.
Whatever the occasion, and however important the award, Prime Performers are proud to have a superb collection of hosts, tailor-made for your event. If you are planning an awards evening where the quality of presentation literally speaks for itself then be sure to give us a call so that we can discuss the right celebrity host for you.
The Hotel Inspector and The Fixer. Alex is an extremely popular keynote speaker for all types of events.
Chef and host of Sunday Brunch.
Daisy is a freelance TV presenter, reporter and writer.
ITVs Political Editor and host of Peston on Sunday
Laura specialises in Business and Economics and is the Political Editor of the BBC News Channel.
Tom Bradby is Political Editor for ITV News, renowned for his expert analysis and inimitable interviewing style.
Sir John Gieve KCB is the former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
Sir John Gieve KCB
Designer Kelly is an investor on BBC Two’s hit entrepreneur show, The Dragon’s Den and fronted the Channel 5 Design Series, Superior Interiors, in 2011.
Kelly Hoppen MBE
Sir Chris Hoy MBE is GB’s most successful Olympic athlete of all time, with six gold medals and one silver.
Sir Chris Hoy
When you think of Lord Alan Sugar you usually think of The Apprentice, the TV show in which he's become famous for the catchphrase "You're Fired", and Amstrad the company he founded in 1968.
Lord Alan Sugar
Eddie Jordan former racing driver, team owner and entrepreneur known for his irrepressible optimism and energetic joie de vivre.
Jamie Oliver is a phenomenon in the world of food. He is one of the world's best-loved television personalities and one of Britain's most famous exports.