Awards Gala, 2nd December 2020

The awards presentation evening represents a unique opportunity for recruiters to come together, let their hair down and celebrate another amazing year. With the awards being held on 2nd December 2020, make sure the date is booked in your diary so you don’t miss what promises to be yet another magnificent evening.

What’s happening on the night?

Dress code: Black tie

18:00: Champagne reception
19:05: Evening introduction
19:15: Three-course gourmet dinner with fine wine included
20:55: After-dinner entertainment
21:25: In-house Recruitment Awards presentation
22:25: Disco, networking and drinks
01:00: Carriages

Ticket Pricing

Price includes a drinks reception, three-course gala dinner, half a bottle of wine per person, exclusive access to the In-house Recruitment Awards presentation, entertainment and after-show disco.

VIP Table: £2800*

1 x table with 10 seats
2 x bottles of prosecco
5 x bottles of wine
Bucket of beers (20)
After-dinner cheese platter
Bottle of port


1-4 tickets: £275 per ticket
5-9 tickets: £225 per ticket
Full table (10+ tickets): £2150


1-4 tickets: £299 per ticket
5-9 tickets: £265 per ticket
Full table (10+ tickets): £2450

*Includes priority seating (see table plan)

*We have a limited number of tables of 12 available. Additional seats cost from £215 pp. Please enquire for details.

Payment for tickets is required upon confirmation. Any cancellations must be received in writing 14 days prior to the event date where refunds will be available. Any cancellations after this date are to be charged at the full ticket price.  

If you have any queries about booking your tickets, please contact the awards team at [email protected] or on 0203 976 3464.

Don’t Miss Out on the Celebration of the Year!

Our Evening’s Charity – Chasing Connor’s Cure

In February 2016, the beautiful Connor was diagnosed with a form of Muscular Dystrophy called Duchenne (DMD).

Duchenne is the most common fatal genetic disease diagnosed in childhood & effects 1 in 3,500 boys in the UK. Unfortunately today it has no cure.

In general, a steady decline in muscle strength between the ages of 6 and 11 is expected and by 12 years many children are confined to a wheelchair. By their late teens most young people with Duchenne lose the ability to move their arms and experience more problems with breathing and with the heart.

Those with Duchenne do have shortened lives, it is unusual for someone with Duchenne to live beyond their 30s. However, advances in management of the condition are increasing life expectancy and enabling more young adults with Duchenne to lead independent lives.

Research is underway for both enhanced therapy and a cure, but it’s vital for Connor and other boys like him that these projects receive funding to continue and even accelerate their development.

To find out more about Chasing Connor’s cure, please find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or visit

This year, we will be having a text to donate service to help raise money for this incredible Charity.


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