From Edinburgh Entertainer’s clients

Sincere apologies for the lateness of this note of grateful thanks for your outstanding contributions at our recent Burns Supper! The extent to which the evening was considered by all to have been the “best ever”, was down to your willingness to attend and ability to perform – you really did make the evening a special one for us all!
Your aye,

David Croft, Session Clerk

Cameron Goodall is undoubtedly one of the top public speakers in Scotland and one of the very few who can cover a variety of Scottish topics with knowledge and authority. He has a great passion for all things Scottish particularly Robert Burns where his repertoire covers all of the Bard’s works in verse and song. His ability to command and retain the attention of an audience is second to none and I would thoroughly recommend him for all Scottish events and occasions

Jim McArthur, Vice Captain

Many thanks for your simply outstanding contribution to our Burns Supper, not just with a fascinating and most appropriate Immortal Memory but with your impromptu and thoroughly entertaining Tam o’Shanter. You were a complete star and I really appreciate your willing and generous input. In the vote of thanks I promised to jazz up my sermon delivery but I’m not sure I can compete with your characterisations. We must try and get you in the pulpit one day! In the meantime, thanks again from all of us. I have no doubt I’ll be inundated with people praising you tomorrow and shall leave the Kirk quite jealous. But still grateful.

Yours aye

Neil Gardner, Minister, The Canongate Kirk

Cammy hosts our famed Burns Supper every year at Whiski Rooms for us and does the whole show from speeches, to singing and playing instruments.

The feedback we get is fantastic every year and the crowd are enthralled. We look forward to continuing our alliance with Cammy and Burns Night for many years to come.

Anne, Whiski Rooms Bar & Restaurant, Edinburgh

Having seen Cameron in action before, and been hugely impressed, he was my first choice when looking for someone to entertain our members at their Christmas lunch. His music and huge personality were just what the event needed and were a huge contributor to it’s success.

Indeed, during Cammy’s ‘break’ a very realistic Santa appeared and distributed presents. Although I was convinced that it was the real Santa himself, I was left feeling further convinced of Cammy’s all round versatility and ability to please an audience.

John Rae, General Manager, Scots Guards Club

Thanks so much for your superb chairing last night and for your convivial presence both at the top table and among the company at large. And of course admiration as ever for your rendition of the Address to a Haggis.

Thanks are beginning to come in – and of course many, many euphoric thanks and comments were made verbally to me last night and no doubt to you and other members of Council.

Here’s a quote from one thank-you: “Cammy’s chairmanship was outstanding – he just fitted the role as though it had been made for him.” I will quote this to the whole Council when I email you and them later.

Moira Burke, Hon Secretary, Edinburgh Burns Club

Hi Cammy

I think the crowd at the supper said it all, you did a great job, and many thanks for a great night, it was another really good one.

Regards as always

Ian Doyle, Secretary, Lodge Liberton

I am regularly asked to provide folk music at various events through my own music agency and Cameron Goodall is my first port of call when looking for someone to deliver. He is a wonderful entertainer and raconteur who has a number of musical friends who he can pull together according to what is required and can be relied upon to strike exactly the right tone for each event.

Pickled Piper

Super – thank you as always!

Lynn Paddock, Sales Manager, Edinburgh Castle

I wanted to say a huge, huge thank you for supporting the Lord Provost’s Burns Supper and you did a tremendous job.

Elaine A McCafferty, Executive Officer, Lord Provost’s Office, City of Edinburgh Council