Cabaret

Norfolk's very own Comedy and Vocal Entertainer

A professional entertainer for over twenty five years, Olly Day is firmly established as one of East Anglia's finest performers.

His captivating style and his irresistible sense of humour along with his hilarious native Norfolk observations make him the perfect choice for your special event. To top it all, his impressive and versatile singing voice, ranging from the swinging songs of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to show stoppers like 'Send in the Clowns' and 'Nessun Dorma' - never fails to leave an audience wanting more.

 

He is as busy as ever with his cabaret act, performing at many private and corporate functions across the country. His work abroad includes such diverse locations as Norway, Spain, Russia and the Caribbean.

 

Cabaret - Corporate and private functions both in Britain and abroad.

Specialises in performing at Masonics, Golf Clubs, and private parties.

Theatre - Headline act at the Cromer Pier for their Christmas 'Seaside Special' also starring in the Summer Showtime at the

Pavilion Theatre, Gorleston.

Cruising - Mediterranean, Baltic and Norwegian tours with Fred Olsen and P & O.

Singing - Tours theatres with the 22 piece Jonathan Wyatt Big Band

After dinner cabaret with pianist singing popular classics and arias.

Compering - Perfect for compering your special concert, show and events.

Close up Magic - Olly is a well known face at corporate events entertaining with his own highly polished style of close up magic. His skilful combination of sleight of hand and humour has made him the obvious choice for all types of functions. His popular hand held miracles know no bounds and he has impressed and amazed audiences at home and abroad, including aboard the world famous Pullman Express and on luxury cruise liners.

 

Olly's exceptional talents are all the more impressive because he can easily tailor his act to suit any circumstance, any audience and any room. He can also work self-contained, bringing his own PA system if required.

His years of experience give him a confidence and assurance that make him both a joy to watch and a pleasure to work with.

 

Olly Day has a great warmth to his comedy, he has a great bond with his audience. He is also an accomplished singer...

His ventriloquist routine was "Brilliant!"

            Richard Batson: EDP

If you have never seen Olly Day perform with the Jonathan Wyatt Big band, go and have a wonderful evening and see it, its a fabulous show, I was blown away! You will come out feeling happy and uplifted.

Stephen Bumphrey: BBC Norfolk, April 2012

 

The 16-piece Jonathan Wyatt band provided the tightly-rehearsed music from a stylish era of sophistication and syncopation that would make an enjoyable evening in its own right.

Then out steps Olly Day in a sharp suit and patter as polished as his patent shoes.

But it is his ready wit and repartee with the audience, some delivered in broad Norfolk - which have already made him a fixture in the pier Christmas show - that take this music and mirth show to another level.

The audience flips between tapping their feet and wiping away tears of laughter as Olly switched from crooner to comic at the flick of a switch. His Mr Bojangles, were highlights of an entertaining show featuring local talent.

But it was Olly's ability to deliver the punchline of a Viagra joke, and surf above the waves of laughter still swirling around the room to kick straight into Sinatra slick Nice and Easy that showed "Ole Blue Pills" is back.

Richard Batson: EDP, Olly Day in Concert April 2012

 

Quick-witted and multitalented, Olly Day is a magician, superb vocalist and a clever ventriloquiest - his act using an audience member as a live dummy brought the house down... on no account miss it.

Tony Mallion: Great Yarmouth Mercury, Summer Showtime Thearte, Gorleston 2012

Olly Day is brilliant. It's time we shared this Norfolk talent with the rest of the country.

The Review: April 2001

 

The Summer season at the Pavilion Theatre, Cromer, opened with a blast of sunshine from Olly Day. A full house enjoyed a night of fun and laughter. This man should be on telly!

Derek James: Evening News

 

 

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