Danny Coleman-Cooke is an experienced writer, who covers news, sport and comedy for high-profile broadcasters and brands.
He has gained a strong reputation for topical comedy and is often used to provide a mixture of humour and analysis around major events. This has included covering the Paralympics for Channel 4, live match commentary for the Premier League and topical humour for BBC’s Have I Got News for You.
Danny has managed social media accounts and conducted tone of voice training for a number of major brands, including Tesco, The Guardian and the BBC. He runs a number of his own comedy accounts, one of which has over 70,000 followers and is regularly featured in lists of ‘top tweets’.
He is also a well-established speechwriter, scriptwriter and copywriter and has written for MPs, CEOs and other famous faces. In the world of theatre, Danny is currently a regular reviewer for BritishTheatre.com and was part of the script-writing team for the 2015 and 2016 Olivier Awards.
Areas of Expertise
Comedy, PR, Social media, Tone of voice, Writing
I am a…
Blogger, Policy maker