Ralph Jerram

Location: Gillingham, Dorset
About Ralph...

Ralph offers an After Dinner Speaking service to Corporate / Company dinners and lunches; Probus, U3A, 41 Clubs, and Rotary Clubs; WI & Women’s Guilds and local Societies; and Weddings. The main theme is always humour with all his talks and can always give recent credits if required and offers the reassurance that offensive language is never used.

About his talks...

Ralph is a ‘stand alone’ speaker and requires no equipment. His themed talks are aimed at Social Clubs, Rotary, Probus etc. He also presents humorous After Dinner talks.

Fee:

For my themed talks – £50 plus expenses if more than 10 miles from my home base in Gillingham.
After Dinner Talks – £2 per person with a minimum charge of £100 plus expenses

 

My Contact Details:
Phone:

01747 826436

THIEF OF BAD GAGS - This is my After Dinner Talk

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The ‘Thief of Bad Gags’, takes a sunny, humorous, entertaining and anecdotal stroll around the vagaries of life, and includes for smaller audiences the hilariously famous vicar sketch, the comically priceless ‘Roadsigns’ routine and amazing mind reading. Sometime saucy but never any offensive language used.

INCORRECT POLITICAL CORRECTNESS

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Ralph Jerram draws on his experiences as Personnel Manager within the Police Force in London and offers an entertaining and humorous, (and to demnstrate a point) sometimes saucy but thought provoking look of a serious theme and is not afraid  to discuss perceived taboo subjects. Never any offensive language used.

THE LIFE & TIMES OF TOMMY COOPER

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A delightful reminder chronicling the life and times of a much loved entertainer delivered with warmth and humour which evokes the wonderful and enchanting innocent pleasures of a bygone era.

THE PUN IS MIGHTiER THAN THE SWORD

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40 minutes of excruciating Puns shamelessly and outrageous taking liberties with the English language leaving you helpless with laughter or perhaps wishing the invitation to talk on the subject had never been offered.