Tiemo Entertainments is an event management company, talent agency and educational body. Through seminars, comedy and entertainment programmes, Tiemo delivers a range of services to entertain, educate and inspire.
Comedy and Entertainment
Tiemo Entertainments has been operating across London and other regions of the UK since 2005. On 6th February 2006 Tiemo held their very first event, a comedy show at the Wycombe Swan Town Hall.
Since then, we have hosted a number of comedy shows over the years in towns and cities across England, including Bristol, London, Norwich, Slough and Swindon. These shows have featured the likes of Amadeus, Glenda Jaxson, Juliet Myers, Kate Smurthwaite, Leo Muhammad, Mr Cee, Papa CJ, Quincy, Richard Blackwood, Rudi Lickwood, Slim, Victor Daniels and American comedienne and actress Mugga.
One of our most prestigious events was The Black Comedy Awards 2012 held at The UCL Bloomsbury Theatre. Those receiving awards include, Slim – voted ‘Best Male Comedian’ (for the second time running and third time in total), and Felicity Ethnic, voted ‘Best Female Comedienne’. Awards were presented by stars of the TV Soap, Eastenders; Chucky Ven and Tameka Empson. Also present on the night was actor Wil Johnson.
Singers and spoken word poets who have performed on the Tiemo stage over the years have included, Benzial McLean, Floetic Lara, Fredriko ‘Outlaw, KD Blockmoney, Lyrical Healer and Taylor Jones.
Educational Talks and Debates
When it comes to topical debates, Tiemo Talk of The Town have covered a wide range of ‘hot’ topics including General Elections (2010), London Mayoral elections (2008), child abuse, religion and youth culture. Through our ‘The Trouble with Men’ series we have tackled men’s health, their role in society and men in relation to education/achieving. Our ‘The Trouble with Love’ series focused on dating dilemmas, age gap relationships and what makes for a successful relationship.
Constance Briscoe author of the best selling book ’Ugly’ hosted an event entitled; An Audience with Constance Briscoe in 2006. Briscoe spoke to a full house at the historic Toynbee Hall in central London.
Also in 2006 we held an equally popular event, the screening of the controversial BBC film ‘Shoot The Messenger’. Such was the demand for this event at East London’s Rich Mix Centre that we booked out two cinema screens and showed the film simultaneously in two auditoriums. This was followed by a joint Q&A session for both audiences with the film’s Director and Writer, Sharon Foster. Chaired by DJ Elayne Smith and Comedienne Dawn Reid, this proved to be an entertaining and passionate debate on one of the most controversial films on TV for some years.
Panelists have comprised academics, authors, comedians, motivational speakers, politicians and radio presenters including Professor Alistair Ross, Amadeus, Andy Slaughter MP, Angie Le Mar, Constance Briscoe, DJ Elayne, Elaine Sihera, Henry Bonsu, Kate Smurthwaite, Marcia Dixon, Mia Morris, Michael Elias, Nubian Jak, Dr Sandra Richards, Shaun Bailey, Sotonye Diri, Steve Pope and Twilight Bey.
The Tiemo Talk of the Town blog provides you with an opportunity to read and comment on our take on the key issues of the day. In addition to this we review debates and seminars delivered by other organisations. Our overall focus is to develop as a think tank for our users.
Our intention is to continue to delivery a high quality service to you our customer.
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