tony-campolo-150x150 “When I heard Dai Woolridge perform his spoken word, I was  more than just impressed. I felt that he had mastered the ability to use this particular art form as an instrument that would captivate an audience, on the one hand, and communicate a clear message of the Gospel, on the other.”

Tony CampoloProfessor of Sociology at Eastern University

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“Dai Woolridge’s spoken word pieces are excellent – engaging, entertaining, thoughtful,intelligent and moving.”

Graham Kendrick – Worship Leader

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“This was an exceptionally clever re-telling of the greatest story ever told! It was well written,beautifully performed, simple, fun, heartfelt and moving. I loved it!”

Debbie Isitt, Writer/Director, Nativity! and Nativity 2

 

emma read

“This simple but effective production is clear and direct with its message. The clever modern poetry style of the presentation and the graphics make it feel current and relevant to a universal audience.”

− Emma Read, ITN Productions

Julie Etchingham

“I loved this – and it was a masterpiece of poetry and performance. I loved the graphicsfloated over the real footage – especially the ‘King of Hearts’ image at the end.”

Julie Etchingham, ITV News Presenter

rob parsons

 “Dai is quite simply a wonderful communicator -actor, poet, storyteller. If you want a brilliant dramaticexperience go and see him. If you can’t get tickets to see Dai, get them for ‘Phantom of the Opera’ – it’s almost as good as his stuff.”

Rob Parsons – International speaker, CEO Care for the Family

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“Dai Woolridge is a creative genius. A lyrical acrobat. A gospel ninja.”

Dai Hankey Pastor of Hill City Church

 

bob hartman“Funny, Passionate, Articulate, Smart. Dai has an incredible knack to write in a way that engages both the heart and the intellect.”

Bob Hartman – Professional storyteller, author of ‘the wolf who cried boy’

gavin tyte“I loved the filming and contempoary production of the Christmas C(h)ord. The story is woven with the thread of Jesus. It has a well written and delivered poetic narrative and super graphics. The film takes you through the nativity story with pace and style.”

 − Gavin Tyte, Winner of The Nativity Factor 2011

 “Well performed, engaging, stimulating. Dai is thought provoking, with all kind of fresh angles on the great Christian truths”

Hugh PalmerRector of All Souls, Langham Place

 “It has been my privilege to work in evangelism with Dai Woolridge. He is a joy to be with and always enhances the preaching of the gospel through his unique gifts and presentation. I wholeheartedly commend him.”

Roger CarswellEvangelist and writer

 “Dai communicates the message of the Gospel in a way that grasps both the powerful truths and everyday oddities and which was loved by both young and old, the churched and un-churched, the believer and the seeker. He is a comedian, a preacher and a rugby player rolled into one. Authentic, witty, clever and thought provoking; not bad for a bearded chap from Wales”

Sam GibbMission and Evangelism Worker at All Souls, Langham Place and columnist at Sorted Men’s Magazine

 “With his presentation, Dai Woolridge really left our audience at All Souls thinking about the meaning of grace. It was striking, clever, well-delivered but above all, spiritually powerful and I’m delighted to commend his unique ministry of words to others”

Rico TiceAssociate Minister at All Souls, Langham Place and co-author of Christianity Explored

 

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