Host 

Host and Entertainment provided courtesy of event sponsor Champions Speakers

 

Dominic Holland – Stand-up comedian and comedy writer Dominic Holland is well-established on the comedy scene. After claiming the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1993, his career has gone from strength to strength. Dominic has since written for UK comedians including Lenny Henry and Bob Monkhouse, and toured the UK with his own stand up show. Having appeared on popular panel shows Have I Got News For You and Never Mind the Buzzcocks, as well as hosting The Small World of Dominic Holland on BBC Radio 4, he is no stranger to the airwaves, stage and screen. Described by The Sunday Times as “The UK’s master of observational comedy” he is highly regarded by peers and audiences alike.

 

 

Also providing entertainment at the ceremony will be:

Faith Tucker – One of the leading names in classical crossover, Faith Tucker has become one of the breakout stars of the music scene. Following her success on the show, Faith has performed at prestigious venues that include the Wentworth Golf Club ballroom and the luxury cruise ship, MS Braemar. In 2019, she achieved the honour of a full scholarship to attend the distinguished Royal College of Music in London – marking just the beginning of a hugely promising career for this teenage soprano sensation. Her voice rivals some of the biggest names in the country and has the ‘star’ ability to astound and exhilarate audiences throughout every corner of the United Kingdom.

 

 

Andy Abraham – A hugely talented solo artist, Andy Abraham has entertained audiences with his soulful voice and unique performances for over 15 years. Making his name on the 2005 edition of X Factor, Andy wowed the watching world as he finished runner-up on the show behind Shayne Ward, who enjoyed just 1.2% more of the public vote. Since appearing on The X Factor, Andy has performed worldwide at corporate events and award ceremonies, as well as embarked on his own UK tours. His 2019 tour, The Nat King Cole Songbook commemorated 100 years of the jazz legend, and saw Andy complete 23-dates in the UK, taking in venues from Leicester to London; Hertfordshire to Hayes. Offering a performance that harks back to the glory days of jazz, soul and swing, Andy Abraham is simply a must-see.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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