60RUM in Southport – What’s a comedian and a public speaker got in common ……?

Start Date23/09/2016
Start Time09:00am
End Time10:00am
Venue Moore & Smalley
Houghton Chambers
PR9 0TB (Click here to view a map of the venue)

This is a Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce event.

Pricing: Members: free  Non-members: free

Discover how to become a better communicator and public speaker

A thousand people were asked what they feared most in life, the most common answer was public speaking, the second most common answer was death!

Do you hate public speaking?
Do you shudder at the thought of drying up or freezing in front of your work colleagues?
Do you have problems remembering your scripts?
Do you know what you want to say but not sure how to say it?

What’s a comedian and a public speaker got in common ……?

This might sound like the start of a joke but it’s actually a really good question.

Many of the skills needed to be a professional comedian are transferable to anyone who wants to improve their own public speaking. Over the last two decades comedian Brendan Riley has had to learn many valuable technics and skills to entertain audiences all over the world.

This session is a unique insight into the mind of a Stand Up comedian. Brendan will share what he has learnt which will help you on your road to becoming a better communicator and public speaker.

In order to secure your place, book online, email: events@liverpoolchamber.org.uk or call us on 0151 227 1234.

A little bit about the presenter

Brendan Riley is an established stand-up comedian who has worked on the international Comedy Circuit for over 25 years. His comedy has taken him all over the world; he has performed in Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Turkey, Cyprus, Crete, Arab Emirates and has also performed for the British Armed Forces in Afghanistan. Over the last ten years Brendan has also run stand-up comedy workshops for the corporate and private sector. Brendan has his own production company called Big Comedy UK, he runs many comedy clubs including The Liverpool Comedy Cellar and The Liverpool Comedy Club and is the director of The Southport Comedy Festival.


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