Abergavenny Food Festival
BBC Good Food Show
Brewers of Romania
Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival
Devizes Food Festival
Great British Beer Festival
Hall & Woodhouse
Book Jeff for a nostalgic trip into the past as he presents his illustrated history of 60 years of pop and rock music on television, beginning in the 1950s with shows such as Six-Five Special and Oh Boy! and continuing through the decades with programmes including Juke Box Jury, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Ready, Steady, Go!, Top of the Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test, The Tube and Later with Jools Holland, as well as a number of programmes that you may just have forgotten.
For more details, contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sample Client List:
University Centre Colchester
University of Derby
University of Glasgow
University of Hull
Walthamstow Rock & Roll Book Club
The Wanstead Tap
plus numerous U3A, Probus and history society groups, and luncheon clubs
'A brilliant evening. Jeff Evans was a superb host for the event with his incredible depth of beer knowledge, good humour and relaxed, yet utterly professional approach bringing plaudits from all of my customers.' Leigh Norwood, Favourite Beers, Cheltenham
As well as writing about beer, Jeff loves talking about it. That's why he's been employed by some of the biggest names in brewing when they've needed the wonders of beer explained to trade customers or the wider world – check out the selection of past clients below.
If you'd like to book Jeff for your corporate function or any other event, send him an e-mail, with suggested times and dates, and he'll get back to you with more details:
Sample Client List:
The Questionable History of TV Quiz Show
One of television's most successful creations is the quiz show – the programme where everyone can show how clever they are and possibly earn a small fortune in the process. But where did it all begin? Which shows have been the most successful? And who, along the way, have been the winners, losers and – perhaps most intriguingly – the cheaters?
Jeff's fully illustrated, entertaining talk covers the whole colourful history of the TV quiz show from its earliest days in the 1930s to today, showing how the format developed, celebrating the good, the bad and the ugly, and unearthing some very dodgy dealing along the way.
How could a copy of the Radio Times have helped you win a handkerchief? Which reality show judge once won a set of kitchen utensils on a quiz show? Which dame of British theatre was once a quiz show hostess?
Expect lots of warm memories, plenty of surprises and lots of 'I didn't know that' moments in this 45–60-minute talk, which is also available via Zoom.
Hungerford Literary Festival
Inn at Home
Pick and Taste (Poland)
Real Ale Ltd
York Food & Drink Festival