Why a chef makes the perfect Christmas entertainment

The season of goodwill is fast descending upon us and with it the rush to book entertainment for Christmas parties, corporate dos and a host of other festive events at entertainment agencies across the land. A chef makes the perfect after-dinner speaker or celebrity guest for any kind of Christmas function – and we’re going to tell you why.

Christmas is the season of food

There’s no other time of year at which it is socially acceptable to gorge yourself on wine and rich food for the best part of a month. December is the busiest time for the hospitality industry and everyone is more interested than usual in food at this time of year.

They’ll love hearing festive anecdotes from celebrity chefs, or what they cook for their loved ones on the big day.

Food is a catch-all topic

Christmas dos and other events around Christmas time can sometimes see a wide range of people from different walks of life thrust together. Young and old, male and female, most of us have at least a passing interest in food – and that means that everyone will enjoy a foodie celebrity guest.

Not only that, but it’s also an accessible subject. Almost everyone knows a little bit about food and cooking, and will, therefore, be able to enjoy the presence of a celebrity chef.

Feel good food

Food is also a feel-good topic; for all that sports or politics could be polarising and music and TV is very much a matter of taste, most people will enjoy hearing about food.

Book Gizzi Erskine

Entertainment agencies are buzzing with calls about Christmas entertainment in the run-up to December, but chef Gizzi Erskine is surely one of the best options out there. Author of several bestselling cookbooks and presenter of her own TV shows, she’s a likeable girl next door who’s a surefire hit.

You can book the charming Gizzi Erskine through her entertainment agency, MN2S. Get in touch soon, because she’s sure to get booked up quickly!

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