Renowned comedy impressionist, Rory Bremner, continues to be a hugely popular choice for corporate events both online and for live awards functions.
Comedy impressionist, Rory Bremner’s first starring role was in the BBC series, Now For Something Else. Today, he is widely rated as Britain’s sharpest impressionist . He became a one-man opposition party – with his weekly Channel Four show, Bremner, Bird & Fortune, (Vera Prods) and seasonal ‘specials’, regularly winning awards as the best satire on television.
Rory is a regular panellist on the satirical game show, Mock the Week and has a vast array of impressions. Other TV includes Spitting Image, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Top Gear, QI and Have I Got News For You. Rory often makes guest appearances on The Andrew Marr Show, where he reviews current political events through his many characters.
His BBC Two show, Rory Bremner’s Coalition Report, was a satirical summary of British Politics. This was followed by his BBC Election Report.
Rory has captained on the comedy panel show The Imitation Game for ITV. He has also returned to the Edinburgh Fringe for an impressions-packed performance with co-star Jan Ravens.
In 2017 he fronted an episode of BBC’s Horizon – ADHD and Me with Rory Bremner, to uncover the science of the condition. This followed on from his Radio 4 documentary which explored his own self-diagnosis of ADHD. He is also a Patron of ADHD Foundation.
Never one to duck a challenge, Rory competed on Strictly Come Dancing, partnering Erin Boag.
Besides live tours, he has also presented documentaries on Scottish Soldiers and Diaries for BBC4 and traced his family history on Who Do You Think You Are (BBC).
“Here’s a man who’s actually funny. You don’t need to see Bremner live to know that he’s a great entertainer” The Independent.
Meanwhile, he has co-written and presented two satirical Radio 4 series, Tonight and Bremner’s One Question Quiz, toured the country recording Rory Bremner’s Great British Views for ITV. He hosted the quiz-show Face the Clock for Channel 4, and has written and presented a documentary on Scottish Independence, Rory Goes to Hollyrood (BBC).
His theatrical debut was in Trevor Nunn’s production of Noel Coward’s Relative Values (Bath Theatre Royal) prior to a West End run at the Pinter Theatre. He also translates operas and plays
With John Bird and John Fortune, he also wrote and appeared in numerous specials, including Between Iraq and a Hard Place, My Government and I and Silly Money, and a book, You Are Here (“a stockpile of satirical ammunition” – Daily Telegraph).
Rory continues to be in great demand for corporate cabaret and awards ceremonies both online and in person.
“Rory was absolutely fantastic – a true pro… please pass on my thanks … We have him for the Cateys and Utility Week and so the teams involved are really looking forward to working with him. Wouldn’t hesitate recommending him… he is definitely my 1st choice for Awards from now on. Thanks for your work on this event… need to start thinking about who to have next year now… how will we top last night?” Motor Transport Awards, Reed Business Information