Chris Dawes Comms Ltd

“Bringing Commentary and Communications to Life”

Sports Commentating, TV/Radio Presenting, Event Hosting, Master of Ceremony,
Voice Over, Public Speaking Training, Sports Media Training

Sports Commentating & Presenting

Chris Dawes can be heard/seen commentating at motor racing circuits around Europe in his typical “fan in the box” and “entertaining and humorous” style.  This also extends to presenting on TV, radio, and podcasts.  Click here to find out more, and see how we can assist with your events.

Events Host

As well as being heard commentating and presenting, Chris Dawes also hosts awards nights and a wide variety of lifestyle events, with his “confident”, “engaging” and “entertaining” style, with an eye for detail and timings.  Click here to find out more, and see how we can assist with your events

Voice Over

Voice Over work for various types of clients; including short films or animations, commentating or narrating for recorded programs, and scripted adverts or training content for commercial and public sector organisations.  Click here to find out more, and enquire to see how we may be able to help with your requirement.

Training Services

Providing training, workshops, and mentoring for confident public speaking, effective presence/communiction in meetings, presentation skills, and media training. Open Dawes Training was co-founded by Chris Dawes to help you to “Open Dawes” too. Click here to find out more

I Love Working With Creative Minds

If you are interested in working together, please do send me an enquiry and I will get back to you as soon as I can

Email:, or Phone: 01793 238259

Booking Enquiry

If you're interested in Chris Dawes commentating, presenting, or providing voice over work for you, please contact us using the form below, specifying as much detail as possible, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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