Documentary film maker Louis Theroux will take centre stage at the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry Annual President’s Banquet on 21 November in ICC Belfast.
With three BAFTAs, an RTS award and a Grierson’s Trustees’ Award, Louis got his big break into television in 1994, working for the American documentary maker Michael Moore. He then went on to huge success with the acclaimed series Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends, When Louis Met and a series of award-winning specials.
Best known for producing immersive documentaries that explore the often controversial and complex aspects of the human condition, he has shone light on intriguing beliefs, behaviours, and institutions by getting to know the people at the heart of them. At the gala event, Louis will share his extraordinary insights and experiences during a rare spotlight interview.
Tickets for the event are selling fast. For further information and to book places, visit www.northernirelandchamber.com/events
The NI Chamber President’s Banquet is supported by Communications Partner BT, supporting sponsors Tughans and Civica as well as drinks reception sponsor, Grafton Recruitment.