Peter Redmond Talks... and sometimes makes people laugh

Just talking: I joined the Army to see the world and landed up in Stoke-on-Trent. Illustrated talks:(slides) The Wrong Side of the Blanket; born out of wedlock, Peter tells how he discovered family in South Africa and Australia. Geriatrics Wandering Abroad: Peter and cousin Sybil photograph wildlife in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia and become marooned for 5 days in the Kalahari Desert. Geriatric on a Bike in Jordan and Cuba(separate talks) Following his retirement, Peter completed two sponsored bike rides to raise funds for the National Deaf Children's Society.

Act Details

Name: Peter Redmond Talks... and sometimes makes people laugh
Type of act: Solo acts
Act contents: Talks /workshops /story telling
Equipment required: Table if slide show; screen if available.
Performance length: 50 minutes to 1 hour approx
Fee charged: £60 - £100 (negotiable) plus travel expenses (£76 - £100)
Locations: Regional service (Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire).
Booking notice: Try any time
Days of week: Preferably not Sundays


None provided to EAC.

Contact Details
Peter Redmond, 254 Weyhill Road, Andover, Hants, SP10 3LR.

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