A laugh a minute look at the comedy film series that ran from 1958 to 1992 and made household names of Sidney James, Barbara Windsor, Hattie Jacques and Kenneth Williams. This presentation includes rare film clips and hilarious excerpts from the film series. The films, the stories and the stars. It is fully illustrated and is available as a ‘live’ talk in the Yorkshire and Humber areas, or as a ZOOM talk anywhere. Come and have a laugh and enjoy remembering this great British institution.Views: 261 | Enquiries: 1
Stephen Wells is a professional speaker who is constantly rebooked by audiences throughout the UK/ Stephen lives in Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire and accepts live bookings in the Yorkshire and Humber area, but is available for ZOOM talks anywhere.
If you are looking for a highly entertaining speaker who delights audiences then why not contact Stephen for further information on 01377 259166 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stephen has given talks to many and varied groups across the UK including Women’s Institutes, Probus Clubs, U3A’s and Luncheon Clubs. He has frequently appeared for Cunard, P & O and Viking cruises.
Stephen’s subjects include ‘The Story of Butlin’s Holiday Camps,’ The Curious Incident of Agatha Christie, The Magic Circle and the Great Magicians (this includes real magic!) and ‘The Life and Crimes of Jack the Ripper.’
What makes Stephen’s talks so different, is the huge entertainment value that he gives due to his career as an actor and magician who has been an award winning member of the world-famous Magic Circle for more than forty years
The talks all last for 50-60 minutes and allow for questions. Most talks are fully illustrated with optional PowerPoint presentations More details can be found on my website https://www.wellsinternet.co.uk
I am now accepting 'live' bookings in Yorkshire and Humberside, but I am able to offer ZOOM talks anywhere. Please contact me for details.
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