After Dinner Speakers
After-dinner speaking goes to the core of Prime Performers' service for corporate and other clients, and we have over 40 years' experience in booking all the best speakers to fulfil a wide range of needs. Clients come back to us time and time again because they appreciate our friendly, impartial advice on booking the right speaker for the event. We're there all the way for you, making sure that your booking leads to an after-dinner speech that will live long in the memory of your attendees.
At Prime Performers' website, you can choose from a wide variety of After-Dinner Speakers to suit any event. Our speakers span a wide range of disciplines and include Politicians, Journalists, TV Presenters, Comedians; all are experienced on the after dinner circuit. And we're adding new speakers all the time to our already extensive database. If you can’t see a speaker to suit your taste, don't worry, we're here to help. Just get in touch and you can be sure that we'll recommend the ideal speaker for your brief and budget.
Presenter of the aptly titled Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2. Conference Faciliator and After Dinner Speaker.
Energetic, charismatic comedian and actor who played Danny in Coronation Street.
"The DNA of a Champion". Sir Clive shares the characteristics he believes all champion individuals and champion teams exhibit.
Sir Clive Woodward
One of the UK's finest ventriloquists and winner of America's Got Talent.
Mountaineer, author, conference speaker and the subject of the BAFTA Award winning film Touching the Void
Terry, often referred to as 'El Tel', is a former football player and manager.
Cricket legend regarded as the greatest leg spin bowler in cricket history.
"Reggae Reggae Sauce" entrepreneur who talk's about his experiences in business and entrepreneurship.
Co-presenter and judge on BBC 2's MasterChef and BBC One's Celebrity MasterChef.
BBC's Political Editor.
Former England Rugby player who was an important member of England’s 2003 World Cup winning squad, playing every minute of all but one game in the tournament as England beat Australia in the final.
Ben Kay MBE
Chairman of the England Selectors and regarded as the country's finest cricketing speaker with a wonderfully dry northern humour.