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British term for someone who introduces television acts or cabarets etc

act as a master of ceremonies

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Coun Jones stepped in because the regular compere was on holiday.
It seems the compere this year was forcing people who gathered there to fight each other for cultural purposes, instead of showing unity to the world.
Clockwise from top left, compere for Carey's comedy night on August 7 Windsor and taking the stage James Loveridge, Paul Ricketts and Jeff Innocent
What we should expect is proper English from British comperes.
Featuring Stephen Callagher, Steve Dick, Billy Kirkwood, JoJo Sutherland and rising star Daniel Sloss on compere duties.
The Comperes largely ignored official Creek opposition to Christian evangelism.
Surreal comedian Boothby Graffoe will compere a stand-up tournament at the Llangollen Fringe Festival
Perrier Award--winning comic and compere Garth Cruickshanks denies it is obscene.
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Spreading cheer: Noddy comperes the show and, inset, with Diane and Bob Warman.
TUESDAY Red Raw, The Stand, Glasgow Steven Dick comperes, Graeme Thomas headlines and a group of newer comedians make-up the middle bit.
Adrian Poynton comperes a lineup of Matt Blaize, Sarah Millican and Ben Hurley.
Next year's annual fundraising lunch for a journalists' charity is to feature two comperes in honour of the special guest.
TV presenters Carol Smillie and Richard Blackwood were comperes for the evening, which will be screened on BBC1 next month.