Phil Wang’s sense of humour is ideal for a corporate after-dinner set; observational, witty and delivered in his friendly, laid back style, he’d be especially suitable for a younger, trendy audience. Have a look at some of his stand-up below, or visit his profile for more information.
A regular on the TV panel show and Live stand-up circuit, not the mention the Edinburgh Fringe, Carl Donnelly is a brilliant choice for an after-dinner comedy cabaret set at a corporate event. Carl’s story-telling, laid-back, hipster style would particularly appeal to a younger trendy crowd at an edgier event, such as marketing and digital sectors. Have a watch of his video and check out his biography here.
Adam Hess is an up-and-coming comedian perfect for injecting some fast-paced humour into your corporate event. Whether you want an energy boost at the start of an awards or to finish your gala dinner on a bang, Adam’s high-energy style is spot on – video with a corporate audience below! Please click here for his biography.
A Labour-advisor turned stand up, Matt Forde is a breath of fresh air on the corporate comedy circuit. Matt will give your delegates cutting edge political issues delivered in a hilarious style, peppered with uncanny impersonations of the key players in British and American politics. In additional, he’s is a highly experienced football pundit and regularly interviews sporting stars on his monthly Sport Party podcast. Matt’s style is a rare one – as well as being a spectacular stand-up, he can adopt a more ‘after-dinner speech’ style – making him a great choice for both edgy events as well as more traditional crowds – such as Chartered Institutes and Associations. Check out one such ‘speech’ below – and check out his biography for some TV stand-up!