Winstan has been created by Stan Streather as a tribute to our great War-time leader Winston Churchill.
His remarkable resemblance in looks mannerisms and speech make him arguably the most convincing tribute around today.
His amiable personality, good humour, acting ability and admiration for Winston Churchill bring his character brilliantly to life, entertaining guests in any situation.
Based in West London, England UK, Winstan is available for appearances throughout the UK or overseas.
He is more than happy to tailor any speech or appearance to your specific requirements and to work alongside other entertainers and performers.
Since appearances are tailored to your requirements actual fees will vary based on the duration, time and location of your event.
Whether for ice-breaking, meet and greet, witty repartee and after-dinner talks on the life of Churchill, media work or a host of other situations, Winstan is your man!
Winstan is CRB checked.
Corporate and Private functions
Meet and Greet opening ceremonies
World War II events,
Reunions and Remembrance
Training & Corporate videos
Advertising & Commercials
Television & Film appearances
Stan has sung and acted with choirs and local theatre groups for many years and more recently with the Norwood Green Singers in major choral works, along with solo roles such as the Judge in Gilbert & Sullivan’s; Trial by Jury, the Earl of Essex in Merrie England and recently as Sir Joseph Porter in HMS Pinafore. Stan also performs with Isleworth Baroque Opera, having undertaken solos roles in Purcell’s Indian Queen (2008), William Boyce, Secular Masque (2009), Peachum in John Gaye’s, Beggars Opera and Niegus in West London Operas 2011 performance of the Merry Widow, where he was nicknamed “Churchill” by members of the cast.
Stan very much enjoys cameo and character roles, he also performs Flanders & Swann and other routines with his son George. He has been a volunteer signalman on the Mid Hants Railway (Watercress Line) for many years.
It was with great pride that as ‘Winston’ he took part in Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday celebrations earlier this year.
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