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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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The talent discovery project brings youth to the "Talent Bank of PNCA" in which a large number of students and youth participate to show their skills in the field of singing, dancing, compering, drama and dialogue through various workshops.
STYLISH Rupert Moon is compering at a fashion show at the Capitol Shopping Centre in Cardiff.
Compering is John Warburton, a former tabloid journalist described by Loaded magazine as "Rock '' n'' roll and very, very funny".
Iconic designer Wayne Hemingway will be compering this year's Birmingham Young Professional of the Year (BYPY) awards.
The funnyman, real name James Rogers, is compering as four up-and-coming comics battle it out for this year's Llangollen Fringe Comedy Award.
He said: "Last year I got 24 hours' notice that I was compering the show because Gay Byrne was sick.
From singing to compering, drama acting and dancing, various workshops and training courses were organized by PNCA under this programme for children and youngsters to express themselves with some techniques to build their own personality and deal audience in an entertaining way, he said.
Dave: "I was in this dog-rough pub in Salford compering, and this big drunk fellow walked up to me and was going to hit me with his glass after I took the mickey out of him.
Regular compere of many years, Mrs Barbara Nice (aka Janice Connolly) is now headlining many other clubs in the country, compering regularly at all Laughterhouse venues and starring in TV shows such as Phoenix Nights.