The TCD Association London & TCD Dining Club Joint Dinner will take place…
Wednesday, 2nd October, 2019
Location: Cavalry and Guards Club, 127 Piccadilly, London W1J 7PX
Drinks Reception 7.15. Dinner 8.00 prompt
Dress: Black Tie
Speaker: Mr. Paul McGuinness
Frequently referred to as the ‘fifth member’ of international rock band U2, Paul McGuinness, who attended TCD in the 1970s, managed the band for 35 years until ‘re-inventing’ himself with Riviera, the Sky TV drama series, set in the South of France where he has a long time home.
Paul McGuinness has received numerous awards including Freedom of the City of Dublin with U2 (1999), Pollstar Music Awards ‘Personal Manager of the Year’ (2003), Strat Award ‘Outstanding Contribution to British Music’ at Music Week Awards, London (2004), Billboard ‘Manager of the Year’ (2005), Peter Grant Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music (2006), and the Billboard Industry Icon Award (2014).
We are delighted that Mr McGuinness has agreed to take time out from his busy schedule to talk about his fascinating life.
Tickets for TCD Alumni and guests cost £88 per head.
If you would like to buy using PayPal, or Debit/Credit card please click the Click Here to Buy Now link below. Please note the “Cart” will appear below on this page. Please select the number of tickets you require and then click on the Checkout with PayPal button.
If you would prefer to pay by bank transfer or cheque please email Mike O’Brien at Treasurer@TCDLondon.org.uk
N.B. Tickets are available on a strictly first come basis and are limited. Early booking advised! No physical tickets issued, your name will be on the Guest List.
After payment, please EMAIL Mike O’Brien at Treasurer@TCDLondon.org.uk with the following information:
Member Name /Graduation year (so we can sit graduation years together if you would like that)
Tel: ______________ Email: _______________
I have paid for ____ place(s) at £88 per person
Special requests (if applicable): eg Dietary requirements or Table planning preferences etc
Chair: Lucy O’Sullivan McCormick