TV Stars & Experts
Having a Celebrity make a personal appearance at your event can be a great way of adding a bit of glamour, raising the profile of your organisation and entertaining your audience. It is also an ideal means of generating valuable media attention around charity events, which can only serve to benefit your worthy cause.
At Prime Performers, we have over 40 years' worth of collective experience in the celebrity field, gathering an extensive list of Celebrities that makes us well placed to arrange personal appearances for a wide spectrum of events. The stars on our list come from all kinds of areas in the entertainment industry, including Pop Stars, Actors and Actresses, TV Chefs, Celebrity Gardeners, Radio Broadcasters and many more.
Whatever occasion you have in mind, Prime Performers are sure to have a Celebrity Personal Speaker that will fit your plans perfectly. Give us a call today to tell us more about your event and we will make sure that you get the right celebrity to suit your needs.
An award winning newscaster, Fiona is a regular presenter of both the 6 O’clock and 10 O’clock News and has fronted the Antiques Roadshow as lead presenter since 2008.
The countrys most widely-known wine expert who presented 'Food & Drink'
The UK’s favourite Scandinavian vet who first appeared on our screens in Vets in Practice.
Bubbly presenter and awards host who played Shelley in Coronation Street.
Shobna Gulati is a much loved soap actress and anti-racism campaigner.
One of the world's leading wine experts who is available for corporate wine tasting and after dinner entertainment.
Presenter, Motivational Speaker and DIY expert
Antony plays Sean Tully in Coronation Street.
Winner of Celebrity MasterChef 2009, Jayne is one of television's most popular, experienced and lasting female presenters.
Popular Award Winning Broadcaster, former Talk Show Host and Celebrity Big Brother inmate. Wonderful host and presenter at any occasion.
Popular Irish TV presenter.
Practised, entertaining and witty speaker, she lifts the veil on the discreet yet not-so-discreet World of Westminster and enthuses hilariously about ‘Great British Battleaxes’.