Presidents Annual Dinner 2014

26th August 2014

Local boys done good! Bookings are now closed for this event In the grandeur of the newly renovated and recently unveiled Sheffield Cathedral, join President Stephen Williams and two other local boys who have really helped Sheffield shine to the rest of the world.

A great ambassador for the city he loves and refuses to leave, Eliot Kennedy is the amazing talent behind the stars that he has written songs for; Bryan Adams, The Spice Girls, Take That, Aretha Franklyn, Mary J Blige and Celine Dion, to name a few during his 20 year career in the music industry. Eliot has been involved with song writing and production on albums from The Wanted, Steps, and had a major role in a recent series of the X Factor, as Talent Development Producer as well as working with Gary Barlow writing songs for a new musical. Recently returning to Dinnington Comprehensive School along with his showbiz mates, he raised money to replace the old PA system in the main hall that he used to sing through over 30 years ago, Eliot is described as the most generous, kind and humble soul, whose phenomenal talent is matched only by his modesty. Kindly sponsored by Elevation Recruitment     Print Provided by Printworks PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GUESTS PER TABLE IS 10 AT THIS EVENT.

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