IoD NI Annual Dinner 2022
Sponsored by Bank of Ireland, Arthur Cox & The Open University
The IoD Northern Ireland flagship Annual Dinner returns for 2022 featuring high calibre business speakers, an audience of more than 400 senior business leaders and the opportunity to network and build new relationships.
We look forward to welcoming you and your guests to one of the most prestigious black tie events of the year for a glittering evening of fine dining and first-rate entertainment.
You will arrive at the Culloden Estate & Spa for a sparkling wine reception, giving you the opportunity to meet other guests. You will then be taken into the main ballroom where you will enjoy a fine dining experience with specially chosen wine to match. After dinner, you can relax with coffees and liqueurs, while hearing from our line-up of speakers. They will share their humour, insights and knowledge exclusively with you and your guests.
This event is kindly supported by our headline sponsor Bank of Ireland and our associate sponsors Arthur Cox NI and The Open University.
This event welcomes all business leaders and is open to IoD members and non-members.
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Entertain guests - enjoy a Champagne reception and three course fine dining experience as you entertain in style at the Culloden Estate & Spa.
Connect with other business professionals - 400 eminent business leaders will be in attendance from a wide variety of industries.
Preferential rates for IoD members - members attending can also bring their guests at the preferential IoD member rate.
To book a table please contact Event Manager [email protected]
Member tables of 10: £1000 GBP + VAT
Non-Member tables of 10: £1200 GBP + VAT
Please be aware that all bookings must be paid prior to the event. Bookings cancelled within 7 days of the event will not be refunded, please refer to our Term and Conditions.
Born in Dundrum, Co. Down, Patrick began his stand-up career as host of Belfast’s first comedy club “The Empire Laughs Back” in 1992.
He is an award-winning comedian and former UK documentary host of the year for his BAFTA nominated film My Dad, The Peace Deal and Me.
His latest BBC documentary - Patrick Kielty:100 Years of Union reflected on the partition of Ireland and future of Northern Ireland.
2022 sees the release of his first feature film, Ballywalter, where he stars alongside IFTA nominated Seána Kerslake.
He is currently touring the UK and Ireland with his latest stand-up show “Borderline”.
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