Master of Ceremonies

“Wynne Evans brings a huge amount of life and energy to our events. We’ve worked with him for over five years across our awards programmes and look forward to continuing to do so.

Above and beyond turning up and hosting, Wynne feels very much a part of the team and works hard to help us make our events better year on year, bringing his wealth of experience and ideas to the table.

A professional host/master of ceremonies and a talented performer, I’d not hesitate to recommend event organisers work with Wynne Evans.”

– Great British Entrepreneur Awards

Host and Auctioneer

“We held our very first ball to celebrate the opening of Maggie’s in Cardiff and Wynne really did help us make it a celebration! He absolutely brought the fundraising event to life. Wynne was determined to help us raise as much money as possible, not only was he a great host, keeping all 430 of our guests engaged, but he was also a fantastic auctioneer, getting the most out of people during the auction. He helped make the event run smoothly and ensured everyone had a great night. I would highly recommend Wynne as a host.” 

– Maggie’s Cardiff

Performer

Wynne Evans was an absolute joy in the famous Maesteg Male Choir Annual Concert. He captivated the capacity audience with an exceptional performance, not only his wonderful singing voice, but anecdotes personal to him demonstrating both his wit and charm.

Singing a programme designed to show off the many aspects of his voice, Wynne sang in a variety of genres encompassing Opera, Folk Songs, Musical Theatre and of course some Ivor Novello. He was also more than accommodating in joining with the choir in the Finale, to bring the house down.”

– Côr Meibion Maesteg a’r Cylch

 

After Dinner Speaker

“We had the pleasure of welcoming Wynne as our after-dinner speaker at our awards dinner of our annual conference. Like many I only knew of Wynne as Mr GoCompare and I was absolutely blown away with his performance from start to end. Wynne certainly knows how to entertain his audience and had the whole room filled with laughter from the offset.

Not only is he a talented speaker, he is also a talented opera singer. He ended the evening with his version of “The Impossible Dream” and he certainly didn’t disappoint. It was an honour to meet such a down to earth, funny and talented man”

– Shared Services Forum