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"Following Mark Lanahan’s performance would be a challenge for any performer. Many years ago I remember watching James Corden present the Brit awards and Take That had just brought the house down in a similar way Mark did during the Dinner. 


Mark’s surprisingly operatic voice and performance was so unexpected catching everybody off guard and providing the ideal after dinner energy boost resulting in the most amazing display of napkin waving ever seen at a black tie dinner. 


Singing Master of Ceremonies? Well, especially a rather funny, non pretentious and unassuming Host, with his non RP accent, who took the event by storm, after greeting, guiding, moving the guests by announcing dinner, opening speeches and grace, as you would expect of a Toastmaster, burst into the most amazing rendition of Nessun Dorma and many other arias and pop songs including Tom Jones classic, Delilah"

- NASC Annual Dinner, Amsterdam 


"Dear Mark, Thank you so much for all you did to make Saturdays Race Night such a success. You sang wonderfully, I was really impressed. 

We must work an a duet with Charlotte and I hope there’s a next time so we can make it happen. Yours ever, Richard "

- Sir Richard Stilgoe, Orpheus Foundation & Phantom of the Opera Lyricist

"Words can not describe how very grateful we are to you both for all your help and effort yesterday. The singing was incredible and everyone was commenting on how unexpected it was . We are truly grateful . We enjoyed every second of the day!

xxxx All our love" 

- Dave & Jemma Whalin



"Dear Mark, what can we say, but a massive 'Thank You' for all your input last Sunday at our 'Golden Anniversary'. You were Fantastic, we had such a wonderful day. To be able to share such a day with all our family and friends made it that extra special. A day to remember for ever. Thank you and keep in touch"

- Wendy & Eddie xx 



"Dear Mark, Thank you so much for singing at our wedding. Everyone said how wonderful you were. you made it truly special."

- Love Lisa & John Poxon xxxx

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