Dame Edna - Lesley

Lesley Guinness works constantly as a stand-up comedienne/impressionist, she performs various characters that will bring fun and enjoyment to make your event a memorable occasion. She has a vast range of experience. Lesley's work has taken her to many venues both in the Uk and abroad for a wide range of clients, from large companies to small intimate comedy clubs.

Lesley has appeared with her Dame Edna Beverage on ‘Who Do You Do’ for Carlton TV & Sul-Y-Ffon for S4C.

 If your theme is either Australian or Spectacles, then Dame Edna Beverage is the obvious choice for your occasion, either performing a stand-up spot, walkabout act, or filmed for television or video.

Available for conferences, exhibitions, Long Haired Surfing Types, Private Parties, Pop & corporate videos, Bar-B-Q’s, Promotions, Openings, Tiny Tastings, Corporate functions & Mel Gibson


Lesley’s video as Dame Edna bought the house down during our conference in Brighton, the comedy undoubtedly added a great boost to the success of the conference – Hewlett Packard

That was really good, everyone was talking about it as they left. We particularly liked the stage act with the inoffensive insults & the chucking of the gladioli’s, we were very pleased – Kuoni

The comments & the names you concocted on the badges were absolutely spot on and the voice was perfect, how do you keep it up for so long! You really manged to create the correct atmosphere for the evening. All of our clients had a really good time & left happy – Dirt Devil – Bush Domestic Appliances

Thank you for the fantastic job you did for us last week. The show was a great success & we have been delighted with the feedback we have had from all of our customers. Everyone including our own sales team enjoyed the one & only ‘Lucky components’ game show – Datrontech PLC 

Please pass on our thanks to Lesley for the terrific job she did at our exhibition. She was very professional and her suggestions & contribution of how we could use her Dame Edna Beverage, helped to turn what could have been a very quiet show into a success for us - Esselte