Suggs is a singer, songwriter, actor and TV presenter who has become a household name in the UK. Best known as lead singer with Madness - who have had 24 top twenty hits and continue to tour internationally - Suggs also peruses a highly successful solo career. He is one of the UK's best-loved celebrity presenters and one of the nicest man in showbiz - an ideal choice for Awards Hosting, Musical Cabaret and Personal Appearances.
TV work includes presenting two series of Disappearing London for ITV, two series of Inside Out for BBC 1, and hosting the chat show Suggs in the City on ITV1. He has also presented episodes of My Brilliant Britain and BBC 1's A History of The World, discussing the traditional British seaside with characteristic enthusiasm and humour. Radio work includes DJ'ing on BBC 6 Music and Virgin Radio, as well as guest appearances on BBC Radio 4.
In 2011, Suggs began an acclaimed nationwide UK tour in which he shared various anecdotes from his life, intertwined with musical numbers. The following year he performed with Madness for the Queen's Jubilee Concert and at the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. He also played the role of Joe's Dad in the 10th Anniversary Concert of Our House – a musical featuring songs from Madness.
His autobiography That Close, published in 2013, is written with the assured style and wit of a natural raconteur!
Suggs is available for a variety of corporate work, and makes the perfect entertainer or host for any event. He is one of the UK's best-loved celebrity presenters and singers and is an ideal choice for Awards Hosting, Musical Cabaret and Personal Appearances. Please contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent on 020 7251 8222 to discuss your requirements.
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