About Us - Performing Artistes

Performing Artistes supply speakers, hosts and presenters for a whole range of activites.

We also supply personalities for marketing and PR campaigns, ranging from one off personal experiences to radio and media days and multi-year endorsements.

We act as consultants; we negotiate fees, issue contracts, and provide a full liaison between client and presenter from inital enquiry to final execution of the event. Choosing exactly the right person for your particular event can be a tricky business. A member of our experienced team will be pleased to help with advice over the telephone will email suggestions which fit your budget and your detailed requirements.

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We have been in business for 25 years. First we listen and understand your requirements, before using our experience to advise you on the best person to answer your brief. Find out about our team for yourself.

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Our Accreditations

Meet the team

JJ Jackson - Director

JJ has worked in events for over 20 years, and is now "poacher turned game keeper", booking celebrities for corporate events rather than running them himself, and finds previous experience invaluable when guiding both clients and artistes.

Like all of the team, JJ is dedicated to customer service, and going the extra mile. He lives in london, and his passions outside of business include classic cars, golf and fine dining.

Matthew Fisher - Director

Matthew originally joined Performing Artistes in 1998 as a graduate trainee. After 6 years he decided to explore other aspects of the media and events world, and among other things, worked in TV and turned around the management arm of a leading agent. In 2011 he rejoined Performing Artistes as a director and also sits on the board. His 'can do' attitude makes him popular with clients and artistes alike. He lives with his wife, son and daughter in London, while outside interests include film & West Ham FC.

Stanley Jackson - Chairman

Stanley has a background in financial services and is the author of a book on Occupational Pension Schemes. His memoirs "Get me a celebrity!" were published in 2012 and chart the rise of Performing Artistes, while his latest tome, The Book of Decamot, was launched in spring 2016 and is a creative writing tool. More information available at www.decamot.com He is the co-author of a musical based on Dickens 'Tale of Two Cities' and a former parliamentary candidate.