Ellie Taylor

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Ellie Taylor

Ellie has established herself as a firm favourite on the corporate and comedy circuits and boasts a variety of event experience.

Most recently you may have seen Ellie on BBC2’s Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, The Mash Report or maybe getting her jazz hands on for BBC1’s Lets Sing and Dance for Comic Relief.

Ellie’s extensive credits also include BBC 1’s The John Bishop Show and Let’s Dance for Comic Relief, Dave’s As Yet Untitled, Channel 4’s 8 out of 10 Cats, Comedy Central’s Drunk History as well as playing lead roles in the new series Disney series The Lodge and Comedy Central’s Brotherhood.

You may also recognise Ellie as a frequent fixture on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, a regular co-host on Heart Radio’s London breakfast show and of course as the host of BBC 3 cult hit ‘Snog Marry Avoid’.

On the stand up front, Ellie’s solo stand up shows have been hugely successful. She debuted her first hour at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2014 with her show ‘Elliementary’ which was a complete sell out, as was her follow up hour in 2016, ‘Infidelliety’, which she took on the road on her second nationwide tour including two run’s at London’s Soho Theatre. Ellie’s brand new show, ‘This Guy’ premiered at Edinburgh’s prestigious ‘Pleasance’ venue before embarking on a UK tour taking in a whopping 30 dates, including London’s Leicester Square Theatre Main House (a total sell out!)

She is a confident and utterly hilarious performer; a breath of fresh air on the comedy circuit.

Ellie is available for hosting corporate awards ceremonies, or for after dinner sets.

She has established herself as a firm favourite on the corporate and comedy circuits and boasts a variety of event experience.

This includes hosting prestigious awards for clients such as IPA Media, The National Outsourcing Association, 24Housing and Sally Salon Services. Ellie has also performed for companies including CIBSE, Inkling London and Nomura Bank. Ellie is a natural when it comes to hosting and presenting. No matter what the room, her upbeat style ensures a great night full of fun and laughter, all while ensuring the night runs exactly as planned.

Please note when booking a Comedian through VLP Events

Audience: At least 90% of the audience to be seated
Stage: A raised area is required. The performance will not take place ‘in the round’
Other: Please note Comedians only very rarely, if ever, perform at weddings (sorry), their main performances are TV, on tour and at corporate events after dinner.
Virtual: Some comedians are now able to offer either a live or pre-recorded set for clients.

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