Brad Ashton, The Complete Writer, recently retired from writing top TV comedy series. He is now concentrating on giving lectures and talks at local venues around London before finally fully retiring at the end of 2018. However, a date may still be available as an after-dinner speaker for your golf club, corporate event or any high profile event you may be planning in the London area.
What’s on offer? An hour-long talk by Brad Ashton The Complete Writer entitled The Job Of A Laughtime which will keep the audience highly amused with many backstage stories about famous people! He has written for star comedians including Tommy Cooper, Dick Emery, Les Dawson, Bruce Forsyth, David Frost, Ted Rogers and Bob Monkhouse. Brad demonstrates how comedy writers create humour out of ordinary, everyday situations.
Brad Ashton The Complete Writer
With sixty two cruises and over one hundred after-dinner-talks behind him, he stepped up to the corporate market knowing he guarantees to keep the audience entertained. London based Brad is also well-poised to attend local groups such as Church Clubs, Ladies’ Groups and Rotary Clubs. He is also keen to take bookings where possible across London until the end of 2018. Libraries, Townswomen’s Guilds, Probus Clubs, Wine Circles and Supermarket Employees’ Rewards Events.
Further local to London enquiries, especially for Jewish events, would be most welcome until the end of 2018. Corporate event enquiries only will be considered for appearances 2019. By way of introduction – Brad’s younger brother, Warren, does a quite humorous talk about the origins of the odd phrases we use in our everyday conversations. He also does an illustrated talk about The Marx Brothers. Contact us if you would like further information on this option for your event or venue.
“The book that’s smiles ahead because it actually sets the gags in workable routines with additional gags to mix and match. Its myriad of merry quips will ensure both professional and amateurs the performance of a laughtime.
Is Laughter Really The Best Medicine?
Veteran comedy writer Brad’s treatment of the fifty different subjects are cause for applause. If laughter really is the best medicine, you’ll find no better prescription. Whether you want to liven up an after-dinner speech, entertain an audience, just amuse your friends, or simply put a smile on your own face, this is the book for you.” (Amazon).
“Brad has condensed 60 years of scriptwriting and gag-writing experience into this book. It could help you become the next great comedy writer!” (Amazon).
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