Bill Woolland comedian, after dinner speaker North West UK. Ideal for dinner events and parties. Excellent event host, compere or link man too. Whatever the occasion Bill will fit in every time!
He has been successfully performing internationally at Comedy Clubs, on cruises, weddings, cabaret nights, corporate events.
He is an after dinner speaker who has supported TV comedians on national tours. A truly versatile comedian.
Bill Woolland Comedian UK Event Host
However, Bill excels as a host and compere with his warm personality, spontaneity and improvisational skills. He creates exceptional audience rapport.
Client feedback: “Bill Woolland was a real success who adapted perfectly to the conditions – providing good gags, stories and much improvised comment. Having organised many lunches I would strongly recommend him.” Graham Vernon. Chester Cricket Club.
A comedian or comic is a person who seeks to entertain an audience by making them laugh. This might be through jokes or amusing situations or acting foolish (as in slapstick) or employing prop comedy. A comedian who addresses an audience directly is called a stand-up comedian.
A popular saying, variously quoted but generally attributed to Ed Wynn, is, “A comic says funny things; a comedian says things funny”, which draws a distinction between how much of the comedy can be attributed to verbal content and how much to acting and persona.
Comics sometimes foray into other areas of entertainment, such as film and television, where they become more widely known; e.g., Eddie Izzard or Ricky Gervais. However, a comic’s stand-up success does not guarantee a film’s critical or box office success.
Comedians can be dated back to 425 BC, when Aristophanes, a comic author and playwright, wrote ancient comedic plays. He wrote 40 comedies, 11 of which survive and are still being performed. Aristophanes‘ comedy style took the form of satyr plays. (Wikipedia)