Samuel King is a true charismatic Host & Spoken Word Artist from London who has hosted and performed at various shows and venues across the UK and parts of Europe.
Having received media attention from the likes of The Guardian, Huffington Post and the Camden New Journal, Samuel is often recognised for his thought provoking, impactful pieces ‘Fatherless Britain‘, ‘Our Iconic Land’ & ‘What I Wasn’t Taught In School’. And in 2015 he was invited to be a TEDx Speaker and gave a talk on “If the Youth Ruled the World”.
Samuel brings dynamic, creative and versatile approach to his work which you can see in his collaborative projects with brands/organisations such as the Royal Opera House, GUAP Magazine and Fuel Mobile.
Motivating, making an impact in the community, sharing his craft with the next generation and expressing his thoughts on social issues are also some of his passions. He has had the opportunity to facilitate poetry/spoken word workshops in schools and with youth organisations. In addition some of his well known commissioned work was with Channel 4 via Word On The Curb for the electoral campaign, Million Youth Media to produce a piece titled ‘All We Got Is Us’ and a spoken word campaign for WaterAid. For Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 he was invited by Inside Out UK to host their Keep Music In Mind event which focused on music, stress and mental health.
As a host he has the skills that are particularly useful when you need that person who will successfully calm and guide your guests, whilst setting just the right tone and level of decorum that your occasion demands. And being a spoken word artist and knowing his way with words he’ll be able to keep your audience engaged, entertained and bring that extra spark you’re looking for.