BBC comedian to compere GCA awards dinner

by | Jan 15, 2018 | Associations, Community, News | 0 comments

Radio and TV comedian Jo Caulfield will be compering the Garden Centre Association?s (GCA) conference awards? dinner this month (January, 2018).

Jo, who is also a comedy writer, has worked on some of the biggest shows and with some of the top names in British comedy.

Iain Wylie, Chief Executive of the GCA, said: ?Not only has Jo been the regular warm-up performer for the BBC?s ?Have I Got News For You? for many years, she has appeared as a guest on the show, as well as on ?Mock The Week? and ?Never Mind The Buzzcocks?. She has also appeared on Michael McIntyre?s Comedy Roadshow.

?On Radio 4, Jo has her own acclaimed shows: ?It?s That Jo Caulfield Again? and ?Jo Caulfield Won?t Shut Up?, as well as regularly appearing on shows including The News Quiz, The Now Show and The Unbelievable Truth.?

When she?s not performing, Jo has written for other comedians including Ruby Wax, Ant and Dec and Graham Norton.

Iain added: ?We?re delighted Jo has agreed to compere our awards evening on Tuesday, January 23 and are very much looking forward to meeting her. It?s not too late to book if you are hoping to attend, please visit the members? section of our website via to secure your place.

?With a super venue, a great line-up of speakers and plenty of opportunities to catch up with old friends from the industry, this year is definitely the conference to attend if you?ve never been before.

?To book, please visit the members? section of our website via Sponsorship slots have filled up well too but there are still one or two left so if any companies are interested in this, please give me a call.?

The GCA?s annual conference will be held Crowne Plaza Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon from January 21 until 24, 2018. More than 300 delegates are expected to attend the event. Places for the event can be booked via the GCA website

For other information, please call 01244 952170, visit, log on to or? follow the organisation on Twitter at

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