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12:00 | Drinks Reception
13:00 | Luncheon
14:30 | Ceremony
15:30 | Post Awards Drinks with Cash Bar
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Darren Altman is a voiceover artist and impressionist, who narrowly missed out on a place in the final of Britain’s Got Talent 2016, coming 4th in his semi final doing celebrity impressions. At the end of his audition, Darren received incredible comments from all four judges, who simultaneously rose to their feet and gave him a standing ovation. Their praise was unanimous.
Darren has a broadcast quality home studio where he sends out voiceovers all over the world. He has voiced thousands of TV and radio commercials, as well as web videos, cartoons, games, apps and more. His clients include ESPN, X-Box, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4, NBC, ITV, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, Intel, Big Brother, Subway, Jaguar, Virgin Mobile, Playstation, Amazon.com, Marks & Spencers & Tressemé. Darren has also been the “Voice of God” for numerous awards ceremonies.
A trained musician and accomplished drummer, Darren has a degree in jazz from Leeds College of Music and a postgraduate degree in jazz from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
He has recorded at Abbey Road Studios, drummed for West End shows, played at Ronnie Scott's jazz club, drummed for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Concert, working with Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Sir George Martin, the Pop Idol Big Band with Will Young and has toured the world with jazz and pop groups.
His musical ear and attention to detail has led Darren to deconstruct voices and give his audience a hilarious master class in how to do celebrity voices.
Darren has impressions have been heard on BBC Radio 4, The World This Weekend and BBC Radio 1 promos and he appeared as Fred Flintstone for Strictly Come Dancing!
Since his appearance on Britain's Got Talent Darren has been asked to present corporate and training videos, incorporating many of his celebrity impressions.
Nearest Tube Stations
Waterloo: 13 minute walk
Southwark: 5 minute walk