I’m also a performer and I love the thrill of a live audience.

I spent many years as a ghost tour guide in York, and then became a professional live interpreter, working in costume and usually in character at sites as varied as Hampton Court Palace, the Tower of London, No.1 Royal Crescent, Bath and Audley End House. For over five years I led the interpretive team in the service wing at Audley, playing the slightly mischievous first kitchenmaid. It all helped to hone my skills as a public speaker, and, while I still occasionally don a corset and a silly hat, I’m more often to be found being myself.

Past and present clients include: The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS), Historic Royal Palaces, The National Trust, Jane Street, Marstons, The Bowes Museum, Salon London, Fairfax House, Ealing Museums, The WI, Halifax Festival, and Morley Arts Festival. I also appear as part of the general public programme for venues such as Leyburn Garden Rooms, The Spring, Havant, and Otley Courthouse.

In addition to my listed talks, I can also work with caterers to plan historically inspired or themed menus, then acting as compere and speaker for the evening, introducing courses and giving context.

Please contact georgia@kbjmanagement.co.uk for all speaking enquiries

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