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Awards entertainment will dazzle guests

03 April 2012

Comedian Paul Boardman, a former Sky News Sports presenter, and magician Richard Bellars, have been named as the pre-dinner and after-dinner entertainers for the FP Awards 2012

Each year the Fod Processing Awards dinner provides a feast of entertainment for all the guests at the gala occasion. In fact, the evening is renowned as being one of the most popular in the industry. In the past it has featured the likes of Roy Walker and Ian Irving, a performer with a remarkable track record in the provision of first-rate entertainment in various settings.

This year the entertainers include comedian and former Sky News sports presenter Paul Boardman. Paul is described on his website as 'a stand-up comedian and speaker, writing and performing his material and with a sharp line in observational comedy. He is a regular on the 'Jongleurs' comedy circuit, and the corporate scene working for the top brand clients in the country such as Sony, Vodafone, British Airways, British Telecom, Manchester United, American Airlines, Hilton, and Insurance Institute.

He is equally at home on the Sporting Dinner circuit building a fine reputation by working with all the big names, including Jack Charlton, Dennis Law, Martin Bayfield, Sir Geoff Hurst, Geoffrey Boycott, Paul Merson, Gareth Chilcott, Barry Mcguigan, John Conteh, Geoff Miller and many others.'

Meanwhile, magician Richard Bellars will return to provide magical pre-dinner and post-dinner entertainment. Richard recently made headlines by 'fooling' Penn & Teller at a Las Vegas stage show. 


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