Tim FitzHigham is a Perrier nominated multi-award winning comedian, explorer, quadruple world record holder, historian, archaeologist, film maker and author. A regular on the corporate circuit, Tim can deliver after-dinner speeches, hold workshops, host award ceremonies and conferences, and he is also an experienced auctioneer (often the most difficult job of any successful evening but also the vital one!).
Tim has spoken at countless business and charity lunches (including the World Economic Forum in Geneva, the Princes Trust Charity Lunch, numerous receptions at the UK House of Lords, the London Livery Companies, and London's Alderman), and he has hosted conferences, diverse exhibitions, and festivals both in the UK and abroad (including hosting the Earl's Court Boat Show and the main stage at Camp Bestival with the Wurzles and Suzanne Vega). He is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and Freeman of the City of London, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Knighted by a foreign monarchy, Tim FitzHigham is a man with brilliantly bad ideas. He's the only man to row the English Channel in a bath, and has entertained audiences world-wide with his fascinating, hilarious, moving tales of dreamy impracticalness - breaking records and setting precedents in paper boats, running across deserts in suits of armour, climbing up the outside of the Doha Torch building in Qatar, balancing on chairs on the edge of the Grand Canyon, rolling cheeses, cheese boards and wheelbarrows unfeasible distances, trying long distance Morris Dancing and taking on the world's strongest woman in a bus pulling contest - Tim is a one off.