If you are looking for wit, originality and continuous laughter, then Chester’s Town Crier, David Mitchell, is the man for you.
"Without doubt you will rank as one of the most interesting speakers we have had."
Bournemouth Literary Luncheon Club
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Chester’s Town Crier, David Mitchell, has consistently delighted audiences with his blend of wit, anecdote and quirky history. His splendid regency costume adds an element of visual delight, and all of his material is scrupulously in good taste. Some extracts from a bulging file of testimonials give a flavour of the impact he makes:
Pass me my wig and tights, dear, I’m off to work!
"A brilliant and very witty speech."
United Christian Broadscasters
"This was one of the best Charter Dinners we have ever had. The impact of your highly entertaining talk had the place buzzing."
Norman Roberts, President, Bala-Penllyn Rotary Club
"In addition to being the Town Crier to Chester, the only place in the world to have retained the tradition of regular midday proclamations, David was also chosen to play the role of Town Crier in Granada TV’s Moll Flanderswith Alex Kingston, and in 24 Hour Party People with Steve Coogan. He has been the British Champion Town Crier and the organiser of three World Town Crier Tournaments. He is the writer and performer of a one-man show, and the author of the first-ever history of town crier and bellman, entitled For Crying Out Loud! (Avenue Books, 2010).
But David’s favourite role is that of After Dinner Speaker, when he has the opportunity to share with a new audience the delights, surprises and laughter of this quintessentially British tradition. Choose David as your next speaker and expect to get this kind of feedback:
“Many thanks for making our ladies supper evening such a success. You are the talk of the club! From start to finish you made it a very special, unforgettable occasion.”
Lady Captain, Bramall Park Golf Club
"It is a great pleasure to enjoy entertainment which is original, witty and inoffensive."
The Elizabethan Luncheon Club Sutton Coldfield
"My sides were aching with laughter. Many ladies said ‘It was the best talk we have ever had.’"
Stratford on Avon Ladies Luncheon Club