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Mark Jones - Master of Ceremonies

Experienced, entertaining Awards Host and MC for sportsmen's dinners, Q&A's, fundraisers, charities, auctions, business events and more, UK and worldwide.


Mark Jones regularly hosts awards, sportsmen's dinners, fundraisers and more, across the UK and worldwide.
He's MC'd countless events around the world, from awards to business summits, live TV shows, fundraisers, concerts, huge music festivals and more. He fronted a successful ‘sportsmen’s-dinners-for-the-troops’ tour in 2000 across war-torn Kosovo with England's World Cup winners ; he's even hosted the world-famous dog show 'Crufts', at the NEC Arena in Birmingham.
In just one 12 month period, Mark appeared in Brunei, made three trips (coast to coast) across the USA, plus trips to host events in Malaysia, Portugal (twice), Germany (twice), Switzerland (twice) and Hungary. This meant 41 flights and over 123,000 miles. In addition to those appearances, he continued to host numerous events around the UK.

Mark has been Master of Ceremonies for Manchester United’s Player-of-the-Year awards every year since 2002. He’s been live MC for Sky Sports' Masters Football since 2001, hosting all their televised tournaments across the UK, plus those in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Brunei and Macau, China, presenting the live TV interviews too. Mark has also covered Rugby League and cricket, featuring on Channel 4 and Sky Sports on their ODIs, Test Matches and County games around the UK, where he presented the televised interviews with Sir Ian Botham, David Gower, David 'Bumble' Lloyd, Michael Holding and the late, great Richie Benaud.

In 2001, Mark was much too close (just four blocks away) from New York's Twin Towers during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He spent the rest of that day as a Salvation Army volunteer helping Emergency Services; for the rest of the week, he reported ‘live’ from Ground Zero for UK radio.

Mark Jones has unrivalled experience as one of the UK's top radio presenters. He made his name at Liverpool's Radio City during their illustrious heyday, became an award-winner (with a Sony®) for his hosting the 'Biggest Solo Concert in history', Michael Jackson at Aintree Racecourse, where he entertained the crowd of over 125,000 onstage all day. He even spread his experienced wings (and tonsils) over the Atlantic, featuring on American radio stations WEFT and Q-96 in Champaign, Illinois, where he also hosted the American Heart Association's black-tie fundraising dinners in 2010 and 2011, helping to raise record-breaking amounts in the auctions.

Mark appeared in TV's 'Cold Feet', 'The Forsyte Saga' and 'Clocking Off' and has written several books.

Key Facts

In Business Since 1980
Will travel Internationally
Member of Equity
Awards Sony (Radio) Award, 'Best Outside Broadcast' for hosting Michael Jackson concert; Numerous Radio Presenter of the Year awards; Numerous Regional Radio Presenter of the Year awards; Numerous Radio Presenter of the Month awards...
Public Liability Insurance Yes
Equipment PAT Certified Yes
Power Required 13a
Price Guide POA
VAT Registered No
Space Required Just enough space for me and the lectern, usually.
Special Requirements Accommodation, where necessary.
Own PA Yes
Own Lighting Yes
Repertoire Description Professional Master of Ceremonies / event host / emcee / auctioneer / facilitator / quizmaster / Q&A / Presenter... across the UK & Worldwide.
Previous Clients Manchester United FC; American Heart Association, Illinois, USA; Grosvenor House Hotel, London; GDS International; Masters Football (worldwide); Celtic Manor, South Wales; The Corinthia Hotel, Budapest; Gleneagles, Scotland; The Emirates Stadium
We offer Discounted rate when you book the PA system together with MC !

Area Served


Large selection of testimonials: http://www.mcmarkjones.com/#!cv-biography-photos/c1tsl

Various, Worldwide

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Mark Jones

Audio Productions Limited
45 Market Street
CH47 2BQ

Mobile: 07831 529729
Email: [javascript protected email address]


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