RegulationAccounting StandardsBirmingham accountants to party with the ‘King’

Birmingham accountants to party with the ‘King’

Las Vegas-themed annual dinner planned

Following a report in the
Birmingham Post
that accountants hold the wildest and most exciting Christmas parties followed
by workers in the media and the fashion industry, the
Birmingham and West
Midlands Society of Chartered Accountants
has postponed its annual dinner to
the summer and is now planning a Las Vegas-themed event.

According to reports its going to be a night of ‘unbridled entertainment’,
featuring a show called Suspiciously Elvis, including the ‘most convincing Elvis
impersonator outside of Nevada’.

‘The King’ will be joined by a troupe of Las Vegas dancing girls and
illusionist Shahid Malik, who has recently been crowned Magician of the Year.

Further reading:

Early online Xmas shopping hits high street

FDs play Scrooge over Xmas party

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