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Jimmy Carr to entertain guests at Fleet News Awards

Almost 1500 guests have booked to attend the Fleet News Awards on March 19. If you still have to book your table or tickets, we urge you to contact the Fleet News events team as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, as there are limited tickets and tables available.

To entertain guests at the industry’s ‘Oscar’s’ is Channel 4’s face of comedy and one of the most distinctive talents on television, Jimmy Carr.

Jimmy fronts the topical panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats and is one of the four presenters of the weekly satire 10 O’Clock Live. He hosted the prime-time game show Distraction and The Friday Night Project, and co-hosted both series of Your Face or Mine. A quarter-life crisis prompted him to quit marketing and train as a psychotherapist before taking to the comedy circuit.

The Fleet News Awards is a superb opportunity to entertain guests and celebrate with your peers and key industry figures. The evening itself is always a spectacular occasion and the winners enjoy extensive publicity and widespread recognition for their achievements.

The black tie event will begin with a drinks reception and a three course gala dinner - then it’s down to the main business of the night – the prestigious Fleet News Awards, the ‘Oscars’ of the industry, followed by a spot of fun with a top comedian, Jimmy Carr.

Ensure you get your tickets booked and confirmed as soon as possible by calling Nicola Baxter now on 01733 468289 or email nicola.baxter@bauermedia.co.uk

For further information, visit www.fleetnewsawards.com.


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