If you wish to book Don please contact Kerry Foley 07747 864001 - OR e-mail contact@kfmltd.com


 “It made a great change to laugh riotously at such a serious event in our College calendar & was widely appreciated by parents & children alike.” Speech Day St Edmund’s College, Ware.

 “I had to write to say how fabulous DM was at our dinner last week. It has been the talk of the club ever since with numerous phone calls & e-mails all saying how much they enjoyed Don.” – Leicestershire Golf Club.

 “As ever your natural style was received with great appreciation by all those in the audience. Thank you for entertaining us without a wrong joke in place; it can be done can’t it? You proved that. I know the message will be passed on to other Rotary Districts – watch this space.”  Rotary District 1070 Conference, Eastbourne .

 "DM will probably never know how much he did for me that afternoon. If you are in touch with him please let him know how warmly his dynamic personality, energy & fun were received by at least one person.”  Christians Together, Nuneaton .

 “I was told by one of our audience that he had laughed so much he ached all over. Along with the rest of the audience, I shared his experience.Thanks for being involved in the conference, you were great & they were all gob-smacked.” - Hayes Conference Centre, Swanwick.

 “You were great! Everyone really loved the opening line; your material was very clever & very funny. I wish I could use you at all our events but I guess I shall have to wait another 5 years.” – Marketing Services Manager, NEC.

 “Thank you for your first class after-dinner entertainment. As I looked round, the whole room was buzzing & it was apparent that you had the whole audience eating out of your hands – wonderful to see.” – Grundig.

 “Thank you so much for saving the day on Monday, you were fab – the consummate professional. Until you observe a real trooper at close quarters, I do not think it is possible to appreciate just what it takes to work an audience.” – Pepi & Keith Simpson M.P., House of Commons.

 “A small note to express an enormous thank you for your brilliant contribution to our Variety Show on Sunday evening. I do not recall an audience, or me, laughing so long & so loud. My only regret was that you could not be there to hear the massive ovation which you received in absentia at the end of the show.” – Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham .

 “Thank you for having saved our bacon at the recent AGM. It was like you slipped on the Network VEKA glove as you embraced the style of the organisation & its characters. You helped make it an unforgettable event; I hope our paths cross again soon.” – Network VEKA.

 “THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THESE DAMES” – The panto dame with her lavish wig, billowing gown & ton of make-up is an essential ingredient of any show. The Stage pays homage to the ten top performers.

  1. DON MACLEAN: This former Crackerjack presenter is based in the Midlands & has been seen regularly performing at The Hippodrome Theatre, Birmingham in recent years. Technically respected, Maclean’s quick wit & ability to ad-lib his way out of just about any situation has won him many admirers & he is said to revel in the high pressure atmosphere. – The Stage.

 “Thankfully, despite his Radio2 ‘Good Morning Sunday’ & his success at playing pantomime ‘dame’ Don Maclean is still one of Britain ’s finest stand-up comedians. It had been 16yrs since I last saw his act & I had forgotten how brilliant he is. Maclean breezed on with an instant confidence & a pace & delivery that would have put most younger comedians into the shade. The guy is shrewd too; he knew how far he could go & kept within those boundaries. There was an abundance of topical gags, a great routine on his native Birmingham & some delightful observations on married life. There was nothing borrowed from other comedians or the endless round of gags they use. He is a one off & living proof that you do not need to stoop to blue material to keep an audience roaring with laughter for an hour. I have never seen a comedian create such an impact at this venue. There was no encore either; he left them wanting more & more. What a pro!"

John Hannam, The Stage.




A comedian by trade, Don Maclean has appeared regularly on TV and radio, and in cabaret and theatre all over Great Britain, including London Palladium seasons, Royal Command Performances and pantomime. He first came to the attention of the general public through his many appearances in the TV series  Crackerjack and The Black and White Minstrel Show, which he hosted for three years on TV and five years on stage. He has also hosted successful TV game shows such as Mouthtrap and First Letter First. In the late 70s, Don was a regular on Celebrity Squares, hosted three series of Keen Types for BBC 2, and devised and appeared in The Cheapest Show On The Telly with Lenny Henry. More recently he has presented Songs of Praise for BBC Religious Broadcasting.

Radio has played a major part in Don's career. His credits include the series Maclean Up Britain and Keep It Maclean, being a regular team member on Wit's End, team captain on The Press Gang, quizmaster on The Clever Dick Athlon which he also devised, and hosting three series of Are You Sitting Comfortably?