We look after many high profile compere’s, hosts, after dinner speakers and presenters suited for all occasions. If you would like help with choosing one to suit your company function or event, please get in touch.
For many years the co-anchor of Good Morning Ulster, Wendy's voice was also heard on PM and Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4.
Pamela is now a freelance presenter on UTV and U105 and an ambassador for UTV.
Lynda Bryans is undoubtedly one of Northern Ireland’s best known, most popular and versatile broadcasters.
Tina Campbell has been appearing on local television screens for over 15 years now.
Mark is one of Northern Ireland’s best-known and most versatile broadcasters.
Away from TV and Radio William is one of the best stand-up comedians in the business with material that is family-friendly but absolutely hilarious.
Paul Clark is one of the most familiar faces on UTV. Paul has worked for 43 years at the heart of the north's world of news which has seen him become a trusted constant of a generation's nightly viewing.
William Crawley is an award-winning journalist and BBC presenter. He hosts Talkback and has written and presented scores of radio and television documentaries.
Jamie is twice winner of the NI Business Journalist of the Year award. In addition to an MA in Philosophy from Cambridge University he also has an MSc in Finance and Investment from Ulster University.
Comedian, actress and writer Diona Doherty is making waves in the entertainment world from all angles.
Hugo Duncan has established himself as a firm favourite and 'man of the people' on the BBC Radio Ulster airwaves.
Declan Harvey is well known to audiences in Northern Ireland as a main anchor of the nightly news programme, BBC Newsline on BBC One.
Comedian – Compere – Presenter – Musician – Actor. George Jones is one of the stalwarts of the Irish showband scene.
Gerry Kelly is a Northern Irish broadcaster and journalist, best known for presenting the UTV show 'Kelly'.
Queen of comedy and Grand Dame of Pantomime
Tim McGarry is a former lawyer turned actor, writer and broadcaster. He has worked extensively on television, radio and stage.
Nuala is a stand-up comedian, playwright and actor who also delivers corporate and charity training workshops on Communication, Confidence and Public Speaking.
Tara Mills is a BBC Northern Ireland presenter who fronts the 6.30 evening television news and co-presents Radio Ulster's Drivetime programme.
Broadcaster, Speaker, Host & DJ are just some of the terms you could use to describe Gary Myles. With over 25 years experience working in the entertainment scene in Northern Ireland
Olivia Nash has been a familiar face and voice to Northern Ireland audiences for over 60 years. She has a wide range of credits across radio, TV, Theatre.
Karen is a well known, award winning journalist and broadcaster. She is recognised for her versatility, grilling senior political figures one moment and helping others tell their personal, often life changing stories the next.
Jo’s passion is property renovation/interiors. Other areas of interest include food, travel and with two small children, family and health/lifestyle.
Julian Simmons was an in-vision Continuity Presenter at UTV in Belfast for over 30 years. He still enjoys a busy life of events, and shows.
Sarah Travers is a freelance journalist, presenter, trainer and media coach, based in Northern Ireland. She is passionate about helping people and organisations tell their stories.
Roy has become a huge cult hit and is regularly booked for universities where he plays to sell out student audiences.
Denise Watson has worked in TV and Radio in Northern Ireland for almost 30 years. Since 2016 she has hosted the U105 radio Breakfast show each weekday morning with Maurice Jay