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Alan mainly appears on the comedy circuit in London and the South East. With his observations on life and as a father. He has performed at some of the best know comedy clubs ( Comedy Café, Comedy Store Gong Show, Monkey Business, Downstairs at the Kings Head, TNT Comedy).
Alan draws on his experience as a father and as a former Club 18-30 Holiday rep and entertainer. Look out for his book ‘Your Mutha Wouldn’t Like It’.
He has performed 10 to 20 minute sets at other venues throughout the South East, and is the resident compere for Great Comedy Nights. He founded the Golden Jester Comedy Competition in 2010, which is now the UKs fastest growing comedy competition and is currently sponsored by Fosters.
He has performed 10 to 20 minute sets at numerous venues throughout the South East, and is the resident compere for Great Comedy Nights as well as being a regular compere for other comedy nights across London and the South East. He is the founder of the Golden Jester Comedy Competition, which is the UKs fastest growing comedy competition and is currently sponsored by Fosters.
Comments from promoters and press
“As a compere Alan breezed through the evening, making the audience feel comfortable, whilst at the same time creating a great atmosphere’ Surrey Comet.
Comments from Professional Acts
“I would give Alan my last Rolo” Liam Mullone
"Alan’s’ warmth, breezy style and hilarious comedy makes the night an awesome experience for audience and performers alike!" Rich Lyons (USA)
"Alan brought the night alive with his comedy styling’s " -Mary Bourke
“MC Alan Sellers easily gets the audience going with his cheeky and witty banter” Prince Abdi
“You as compere, provided a good positive energy and you are an honest performer, with the audience, if that makes sense?” Simon Clayton
"Alan Sellers is a great compere who warms an audience nicely and sets up the room perfectly for comedy." Tony Cowards