Four Colman Getty celebrated their 25th anniversary and their recent merger with Four in fine style last week with a glittering champagne party at London’s Imagination Gallery.
Over 200 guests were there to join in the festivities and among those raising a glass were Ian & Victoria Hislop, writers Howard Jacobson, Mavis Cheek, Penny Vincenzi, Joseph Connolly, Wendy Perriam, Charlie Higson and Jung Chang. The Man Booker prize judges were out in force and Dan Stevens- a judge as well as being Downton Abbey’s Matthew Crawley- proved something of a crowd pleaser. Carolyn Warrender, one of Four Colman Getty’s three first ever clients, was also there along with a mix of other past and present clients, friends and journalists.
Chief Executive, Dotti Irving, and Four Chairman, Chris O’Donoghue, were mere warm up acts for BBC Radio 4’s Jim Naughtie, who, in his off-the-cuff speech, described both Dotti and MD, Liz Sich as ‘the girls who can’t say no’- which he explained was a great compliment…
The party was the perfect occasion to launch the new Four Colman Getty brochure which details the company’s expertise in culture and campaigning while also describing the new wider range of services which the agency can offer working across the Four Communications Group.