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Synonyms for compere

British term for someone who introduces television acts or cabarets etc

act as a master of ceremonies


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She was at the back of the room, but after a few minutes, the entire room was not looking at the compere on the stage, they had their heads turned towards Aimee, mesmerised.
AN animal-loving councillor is swapping the council chamber for the pub when he comperes a charity quiz tonight.
The compere was chosen because he knew four different languages and was an expert in dealing with crowds - which the organisers knew better than us.
I did my first burlesque gig as a compere in August 2010 in Northampton.
Windsor is one of the UK's top comperes and has a natural ability to create a relaxed, friendly atmosphere in any room.
I was chairman and compere with the accordion club for 14 years and managed to enlist Sheila as secretary in 1991.
He said, "The Englishspeaking compere then asked for six male volunteers so I thought 'Why not?
Featuring Stephen Callagher, Steve Dick, Billy Kirkwood, JoJo Sutherland and rising star Daniel Sloss on compere duties.
He's got some big Brummie boots to fill in his role as compere (PR guru Trevor Beattie was a runaway hit at last year's awards), but we've got a feeling Mr Hemingway has a few surprises of his own up his sleeve.
The show will be compered by Badava Gopi a well known compere from Chennai.
English missionaries Lee and Susannah Compere came to the area of what is now Alabama in 1822, then spent a decade caught up in the tensions between white, black, and Creek Indian cultures.
Autoglass branch manager Neil Turton said: "The compere was taking the mickey and he picked on our table.
Washington Park is the perfect setting, not only for our office space but also as a set for the film," said Shakim Compere, co-producer on the film.
The Ginger Whinger had agreed to compere the night as a "personal favour" to the Beckhams, especially as the event was in aid of charity.