A multi-award winning comedian and songwriter, Tim Minchin is renowned for his sharp wit and observational lyrics. Combining musical talent and humour, Minchin has become extremely popular in the corporate sector, creating tailor-made songs for his clients to huge acclaim. An ideal personality for a number of events, Tim has forged a career as one of the funniest characters in entertainment.
Winning the 2005 Perrier Best Newcomer Award at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Minchin’s style of dark cabaret made him a fresh personality on a comedy circuit. Tim quickly became recognised around the globe as an exciting new form of comedy, mixing real musical talent and humour with consummate professionalism.
Going on to perform at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival in 2006 as well as the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Tim won the award for Best Alternative Comedian. Whenever Minchin visits Australia, he regularly appears in sell out shows, drawing huge crowds to his hilarious songs and observations. Also appearing at a number of musical festivals in the UK, Tim has made tens of thousands laugh with his compositions at Reading, Leeds and Latitude in the past few years.
Tim’s personality has also attracted a number of television shows for his services. Appearing on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Friday Night with Jonathan Ross and 8 out of 10 Cats, Tim has gained huge popularity for his look on life and comedy that ensues. Perfect for events, Tim interacts with guests through both sketches and his songs to ensure everyone enjoys the evening. A truly personal experience, it is no wonder Tim is one of the most demanded personalities on the comedian circuit.
To book Tim Minchin to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
Take a look at what people had to say about Tim at corporate events here:
‘Tim was fantastic. We really loved the special song he wrote for us!’ – Barclays