Nigel Clarke

British TV Presenter

Golden Owl Awards 2018 – Review and Winners

What are the Golden Owl Awards 2018? The Golden Owl Awards 2018 is an exciting filmmaking competition that is part of the Leeds Young Film Festival. The awards celebrate the talents of young filmmakers aged 19 and under. In addition the Oscars style red carpet, black...

2nd Chance Toy Fair 2018 Competition

Exclusive 2nd chance Toy Fair 2018 Competition for Backstage Members only As most of my Backstage Members know in February/March I held a Toy Fair Competition to win 9 Cool prizes worth over £300. Well because I value my members sooooo much, I'm giving you...

Nigel’s Kidtropolis Toy Competition – Birmingham NEC 2018

What is Nigel's Kidtropolis Toy Competition 2018? For the third year in a row I am hosting the main stage at Kidtropolis. This rapidly growing event is a great day out for kids and their families. To get a little idea of what the event is like head to the...

Move It 2018 – What a weekend

Move It 2018  Last weekend I hosted the Move it Showcase Theatre stage! For readers of the Nigel Clarke blog who don't know, it’s the place to see the hot up and coming dancers and performers that are training professionally in the UK. All the leading dance colleges...

Win Tickets to see STOMP in Birmingham 2018

See STOMP in Birmingham 2018 That’s right, STOMP is returning to the UK for 16 shows in 2018! After finishing it’s 15 year stint in London’s West End in January it's back for a limited run. STOMP continues to tour the globe, and we will be appearing at...

Win Tickets to Kidtropolis 2018 and meet Kira Kosarin

Kidtropolis 2018 Its the 1st post in the new Backstage Area of my website and I've got something special for my new members. I'm pleased to say for the 3rd...

MOVE IT 2018 Competition

What is MOVE IT 2018? MOVE IT is back and it’s bigger than ever before! Over three days this March from 16th – 18th, the UK’s biggest and best dance event will be at the London ExCeL. Celebrating all forms of dance and the performing arts. Expect stunning stage...

What is Nintendo LABO?

What is Nintendo LABO? Those of you who have seen the Nintendo LABO ad already have a little bit of a clue to what this new product is all about. But here on the Nigel Clarke blog I'll prove even that is just the tip of the iceberg. The full capabilities...

Toy Fair 2018 Highlights & Competition

What is Toy Fair 2018? Every January in the UK, the toy industry descends upon Kensington Olympia. They talk toys, show toys, play toys and even be toys, all with not many children about. I've been attending for the last 5 years now and its always fun to...

Black Panther – A New Black Role Model

Black Panther - A New Black Role Model Last night was the European Premiere of Marvel's hotly anticipated Black Panther. And if we are to believe what we read, it has had the highest pre sale of any superhero film ever. Surpassing the record previously set...

British TV Presenter

Nigel Clarke is a British TV Presenter known for his work on CBBC, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon, his energetic and friendly style appeals to all ages. In addition he is also a senior cast member in the hugely successful stage show STOMPand was part of the original London cast.

Born and raised in London to West Indian Parents, Nigel is a rare find. Talented in a number of areas including Presenting, Dance, Music, and Sport, Nigel has crammed a great deal into his 17years as a British TV Presenter. After leaving Nickelodeon in 2004 where he was one of their most popular presenters for 2 years, he was seen co-presenting both series of the RTS award winning show No Girls Allowed. Broadcast live every Saturday morning on Five, the show featured fast cars, bikes, sports and boys toys!

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A wide variety of programs

Since then Nigel has presented many programmes including Dance FactoryClutter NuttersSportsround and Totally Rubbish for BBC. Toonattik for GMTV, Unlimited for facebook, Skillicious for ITV, My Camp Rock for Disney, and Rat Race Urban Adventure for Channel 4. He even hosted the red carpet and backstage interviews at the Childrens BAFTAS 2011. The Nigel Clarke Showreel can be seen here and contains lots of clips from the aforementioned shows. Most recently he has made a series of behind the scenes programmes for the latest Disney releases. Make sure you check them out on the Nigel Clarke Videos Page.

Nigel has a wealth of experience and has shown himself to be a natural presenter. He is comfortable interviewing stars, vox popping with members of the public, presenting live in the studio and on location, and interacting with his co-presenters.

As well as being a British Tv Presenter, Nigel also performs in the hugely successful percussion show STOMP. Both in the West End and on Tour. This has enabled him to perform at events such as the Olympics Closing Ceremony 2012, Live at the Palladium, The Royal Variety Performance, The World Music Awards and many more.

Don’t forget to keep up to date with his most recent activities by checking out the Nigel Clarke Blog, And if you need to get in touch with him please go to the Contact Nigel page.

Black Panther Film Review

Black Panther Film Review - His Father's Legacy Marvel are well in to phase 3 of their cinematic onslaught and nothing seems to be able to stop them. Infinity War is the big title for this year but their latest feature is breaking records and hasn't been released yet....

Disney Pixar’s Coco Film Review

Disney Pixar's Coco Film Review - A boy whose music is his soul Coco is the 19th feature from Pixar Animation studios. And with a back catalogue that contains titles like Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Up and Wall-E the public and press are always expectant of...

Paddington 2 Film Review

Paddington 2 Film Review - Small Bear. Big Adventure Everyone's favourite Peruvian bear is back and that means its time for my Paddington 2 film review! After the worldwide success of the first big screen outing, Paddington is back for another adventure....

Thor Ragnarok Film Review

Thor Ragnarok Film Review - Thunder Will Reign Marvel's 17th film release hit the box office last week and as expected went straight to number one. The film studio has built up such a reputation that it was hardly a surprise. Its nearly 10 years since...

King Arthur Film Review – Legend of the Sword

King Arthur Film Review - Legend of the Sword The story of King Arthur has been told on numerous occasions over the years. Having said this I don't think there is a film version that has had great reviews. Director Antoine Fuqua's (Training Day) 2004 attempt was not...

Disney’s Moana Film Review

Disney's Moana Film Review- A girl who loves her island Disney's Moana is the 56th feature from the guys at Walt Disney Animation studios. It's a story inspired by the folk tales, myths and fables of the islands and people of Oceania. An area filmmakers visited on...

Doctor Strange Film Review

It's Marvel time again! Doctor Strange Film Review I'm writing this Doctor Strange film review because yesterday I attended the UK Premiere at the Odeon in Leicester Sq. As with any Marvel film premiere its was a well attended screening with critics, bloggers, and...

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children – Film Review

Did someone say Peculiar Children? Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is the latest film by odd ball director Tim Burton. The man who brought us Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(2005), and Alice in Wonderland(2010). He has not given us...

Captain America Civil War – Film Review (no spoilers)

Captain America Civil War - Film Review It's time for the next instalment in the Marvel film universe. And time for my Captain America Civil war - film review. The movie hits the UK screens April 29th. The build up has been immense. It's had the usual teasers and...

Jungle Book (2016) Film Review

Mowgli is Back!! The Jungle Book (2016) has arrived, which means its time for my Jungle Book 2016 Film Review!! It was way back in 1967 that Disney released their original animated classic. 49 years is definitely enough time to wait before exploring this...

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