CA Scotland Dinner 2017
Select ticket type
A key date in the accountancy calendar, the CA Scotland Dinner is an evening to celebrate the past years' achievements and dine with clients, colleagues and fellow industry professionals.
ICAS is delighted to once again welcome Investec Wealth & Investment as Principal Partner for the Dinner.
Ticket prices include a welcome reception, a four-course dinner and entertainment.
String Fever will perform with their striking electric instruments, combining unrelenting energy, humour and audience interaction with great musical skills and they perform their brand new show, including 'The History of Music in 5 minutes' and 'Ravel's Bolero', played together on one instrument!
Comedian, actor and presenter Angus Deayton will take the stage as after dinner speaker.
Take three brothers, one cousin, 4 string instruments, add a generous amount of talent and comedy and witness a totally unique act that exceeds all expectation.
String Fever are not a string quartet - or at least not as you know one. With their striking electric instruments they combine unrelenting energy, humour and audience interaction with great musical skill as they perform their brand new show which includes, "The History of Music in 5 minutes" and "Ravel's Bolero", played altogether on one instrument! All from the same family this fantastic and unique band is guaranteed to have the tiredest of feet tapping and the most cynical of audiences smiling.
The attendee list for this event is exclusively available to CAs.
To connect with other CAs in your community attending this event sign into icas.com
Full speaker list
An English comedian, actor and presenter, Angus Deayton has been a staple point of British television for over 30 years. Best known for being the original presenter of satirical panel show Have I Got News for You his quick wit and comedic personality has made him extremely popular on the entertainment circuit.
Beginning his career on the radio he was a presenter on comedy programme Radio Active which parodied BBC Radio 4 in the 1980s. A talented comedy actor he featured in Emmy award winning sketch show Alexei Sayle’s Stuff and alongside his friend Rowan Atkinson in Blackadder.
The role which really exposed him to audiences all over the country came in 1990 when he was cast as the Meldrew’s neighbour in the long running sitcom One Foot in the Grave. In the same year, he again showed his versatility when he was named presenter of Have I Got News for You.
Angus fronted the show for 12 years and his rapport with comedians Ian Hislop and Paul Merton was extremely popular with viewers. Upon his departure from the show in 2002 the show opted to use guest presenters each week meaning that he remains the only permanent presenter of the programme.
He appeared in several more comedies including Absolute Power and Nighty Night. His next presenting role came in 2007 as the host of Hell’s Kitchen. A talented footballer in his youth he also has played in charity football match Soccer Aid.
As his career wore on he began to concentrate more on acting landing a role in the BBC’s popular school drama series Waterloo Road. He also featured in the BBC’s World’s Most Dangerous Roads where he drove along the east coast of Madagascar.
Most He has featured in every series of BBC three sitcom Pramface and continues to expand his presenting skills on Bake Off: Crème de la Crème.
View full event details
Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8DL
Tel: 0131 347 0213