EIC Support Programmes
Venue: Ten Square Hotel, Belfast
Friday 3rd February 2016
Join us for this electrifying lunch!
We are excited to announce that we have two fantastic entertainers lined up, Neil Dougan and Ollie McMahon will have you laughing all night as the guest entertainment.
This year we bring you back to one of the top boutique hotels in Belfast, the perfect party venue.
Ten Square has received a raft of plaudits and hospitality awards from the international travel media and has been dubbed the ‘Coolest Hotel’ by the Sunday Times.
028 9147 9527
Table of 10: £550
Individual tickets: £50pp
3 Course Lunch
There will also be a Raffle with great prizes and sponsorship opportunities available.
Raffle Prize Sponsorship – £50 or £100
Donate towards the main fundraising event or bring a prize on the day
Headline Sponsorship - £1000
Sponsor the Table brochure for the event - £150
1 Page A5 Brochure Advertising - £50
All proceeds from this event go towards our charitable activities
Venue: Ten Square Hotel
10 Donegall Square South
Tel: +44(0) 28 9024 1001
12:15 Arrival drinks
13:00 Welcome followed by lunch
Dress code: Business Attire
Neil Dougan is one of the strongest established acts on the UK and Irish comedy circuit today. After starting out at The Empire Comedy Club, Neil became the regular compeer at The Laughter lounge in Belfast. A familiar headline act in comedy clubs throughout the UK and Ireland as well as on the corporate circuit where his mix of incisive political satire and acute comical observations on everyday life is in huge demand.
Neil’s writing credits include his very own comedy sitcom for radio It’s not Brazil it’s Northern Ireland, The Nuala McKeever Show and Monumental. As well as performing his own one man shows at The Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast Belly Laughs comedy festivals. Neil has also supported Patrick Kielty, Tommy Tiernan, Brendan O’Carroll and Roy Walker on tour.
Oliver “Big O” McMahon was a gifted footballer, before he became a comedian. This irrepressible character played for the St Peter’s side, which won the prestigious Casey Cup. His first boss Frank Hanna was producer of the annual Warrenpoint Pantomime and this provided Big O’s first step into show-business.
Ollie, while working for Boyneside Radio and doing some cabaret, got his next big break joining Foster and Allen and Danny Doyle on a U.S. tour and “Big O” has never looked back. Ollie has a daily programme on Kiss FM, has an annual date in New York with the Downmen`s Association and regularly employed by UTV And Radio Ulster.