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WHAT I DO
My work is so varied but focuses on communication in all its forms. Whether it's on radio, through podcasts, on stage, in my comedy, hosting your next event or being a guest performer to add a feelgood, unique vibe, or providing high quality communication training for individuals and groups...I've got you covered. Check out my different areas of work below, and get in touch for bookings.
WHAT I DO
Presenter, Broadcaster and Podcaster
Emer is the award winning presenter of several BBC radio shows, including 'Science and Stuff with Emer Maguire' on BBC Radio Ulster, and 'Where Words Fail, Music Speaks' on BBC Radio Four.
In 2018, she won IMRO awards for Specialist Speech Broadcaster of the Year, and New Presenter of the Year.
Emer is also co-creator, writer and presenter of the five star rated podcasts 'Elementary My Dear', and 'The World Is On Fire with Emer Maguire'.
Emer is also a regular commentator and panellist on a variety of BBC radio shows across the UK.
Communication training creator and facilitator
As well as being a presenter, a comedian, a science communicator and a professional speaker, Emer is also a qualified and practicing Speech and Language Therapist. In other words, she loves communicating in any way she can. With years of experience in a multitude of mediums, Emer is a communications expert. She has developed and delivered communication workshops for universities, private organisations and companies, and the public. Get in touch if your company is interested in a fun, interactive, inspiring and professional communication training course, or if you require one to one sessions to present the best version of yourself when it matters most.
Musical comedian and songwriter
Emer Maguire flawlessly blends laugh out loud musical comedy, science, and Northern Irish charm.
Her debut solo show Emer Maguire: Hilarious Humans enjoyed a sell-out run at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Hilarious Humans takes an uproariously funny (and sometimes scientific) look at the oddities of human behaviour through Emer’s ingenious musical comedy. From the nuances of being a middle child, to social awkwardness and online dating, Emer explores what it means to be human.
In summer 2020, Emer will announce where she is taking her hit show Hilarious Humans next.
When Emer's not on stage, she also writes songs as theme tunes for podcasts and radio shows, as well as bespoke and custom songs for companies.
Emer is an international award winning science communicator and a lover of all things science and tech.
In 2015, Emer was named best science communicator in the UK when she won the prestigious science communication competition, FameLab UK.
In 2017, she travelled to Kazakhstan to represent Northern Ireland and the UK at the World Expo. There, she won International Science Stars and gained a world champion science communicator title.
Since then, Emer has engaged audiences around the world in science, bringing her science themed shows to locations such as Bulgaria, Poland, Dublin, Glasgow and London.
Event MC and speaker
Emer is a fun, quirky, quick witted, relaxed and professional event host.
In the past few years, she has been the MC at many high profile events across science, tech, arts and culture.
Some events include hosting the Thinking Digital Women conference in Newcastle. hosting a 20 event series for Catalyst Inc looking at the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and hosting the Women in Tech conference in 2020 in Titanic Belfast.
Emer has also been a speaker and keynote at many prolific events. She is a four time TEDx speaker, and has travelled the world giving unique keynotes. Emer is also an in demand interval act, using her musical comedy to give a unique vibe to any event.
What Clients Say
“ Emer, I am a huge fan- you are inspirational. You are so professional and productive. You are a really active listener and made it all so relevant to us – relating back to examples we had given and points specific to our group. The tips on online training were so helpful for us as we move forward in delivering our training in this way.”
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