If you want to captivate an audience, what better way than with comedy and entertainment? Prime Performers have provided comedians and cabaret stars to events throughout the UK for over 40 years.
Comedians offer a great option for those light-hearted events, allowing your audience to relax and enjoy the evening. Of course, they, can’t relax too much just in case the comedian picks them out of the crowd and gains a few laughs at their expense.
We have access to the biggest and brightest stars in comedy and entertainment, from stand-up legends and TV stars right through to some of the most exciting rising stars of today.
If you are unsure as to whether a comedian is the right choice to appear at your event, just give us a call and we will be happy to advice.
Regular member of Radio 4’s News Quiz and hugely successful Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation.
Comedian and presenter best known as Gordon Brittas in “The Brittas Empire” and Rimmer from “Red Dwarf”.
Hugely popular comedian and chat show host.
Johnny Vegas is an English actor and comedian. He is known for his angry rants, surrealism, high husky voice and support of St Helens rugby league club
One of the funniest men on the comedy circuit.
A professional comedian, awards host, conference host, conference presenter, author and after dinner speaker with vast television and radio appearances.
Comedian, Actor, Singer and Chat Show Host who remains our most versatile performer.
Jo Caulfield is a stand-up comedian, host, and comedy writer. She has worked on some of the biggest shows, and with some of the biggest names, in British comedy
Chris Martin is one of the newest and most exciting acts to hit the comedy circuit, entertaining audiences with original social commentary, observations and anecdotes.
Ellie is the presenter of BBC3's 'Snog, Marry, Avoid?'
Matt Richardson is one of the most exciting new acts on the comedy circuit.
Dubbed the Leicester comedian of the year, Romesh Ranganathan is an straight-talking and opinionated comedian who draws comedy from racial issues without resorting to hackneyed self-stereotyping.