Book John Bishop
Make your event unforgettable, book John Bishop to speak at your event – we are a booking agent for John Bishop, and can arrange for him to entertain your guests. Multi award winning stand-up comedian, and writer, John Bishop keeps the laughs coming with a unique brand of observational humour, undeniable charm and unrivalled gift of creating a relaxed atmosphere.
John Bishop’s material is drawn from life experiences, from fatherhood, to cycling around the world, to playing semi-professional football, and working as a nightclub doorman.
John has become a familiar face on primetime TV, with appearances on Live at the Apollo, The Graham Norton Show, Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross. He is a regular panellist on Sky One’s A League of Their Own, he’s hosted BBC2’s Have I Got News for You, and several of his own shows including 3 on BBC1 – John Bishop’s Britain John Bishop’s Big Year and John Bishop’s Week of Hell, as well as most recently John Bishop’s Only Joking for Sky One.
John Bishop has released 3 DVD’s to critical acclaim, and has toured nationally with his last show Rollercoaster, performing to just under half a million people in 40 nights. In 2012, his show, Sunshine, was broadcast on BBC1 and was watched by over 7 million people.
An evening spent in John Bishop’s company is a real pleasure – he is a charming, likeable comedian and is the perfect choice for events hosting and after dinner cabaret.
Contraband is the UK’s top booking agent, with amicable, skilled account managers who guarantee you the best deal possible. Contact us today if you would like to book John Bishop to be the headline of your event! We as your booking agent are more than happy to help you create the most memorable moments with John Bishop.
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