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Award winning writer and comic to entertain guests at FN50 Dinner 2012

Simon Evans, award-winning writer and comic, has been confirmed as the entertainment for the FN50 Dinner 2012.

Simon is the writer of choice for Dara O’Briain, Sean Lock, Jimmy Carr, Marcus Brigstocke and Lee Mack among others. He is a familiar voice on BBC Radio 4 as a regular on The News Quiz, The Unbelievable Truth and Armando Iannucci’s Charm Offensive. His style of comedy, his ability to perform an entirely clean set without compromising on the laughs and his relative maturity and reference points have made him a great hit with audiences on the festival and corporate circuit, and is guaranteed to entertain guests at this year’s event.

There has been a great response by the fleet industry for this year’s FN50 Dinner and 800 tickets for the 6th November have already been confirmed. Are you one of them? If not, you still have time to book to ensure you don’t miss out on a great evening.

The FN50, the benchmark by which the industry judges itself, presents a superb opportunity to entertain guests, network with your peers and key industry figures, in the luxurious surroundings of the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel on the vibrant South Bank in the heart of London.

With tickets starting at only £200 - can you afford to miss this unique networking opportunity? Tables of 10 or more can also be purchased.

Book online now at: www.fn50event.co.uk or call Nicola Baxter on 01733 468289 or email nicola.baxter@bauermedia.co.uk
 


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