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Amber Castle Entertainment was established in 2003 supported by the Northern Ireland Business Start Programme, funded by Invest NI in association with Northern Ireland's 26 local councils and the European Union.

Since inception we have enjoyed the distinction of having provided entertainment packages for numerous major companies and charitable bodies / organisations to include corporate entertainment for the following companies:
  • Price Waterhouse Cooper
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Tesco
  • Macmillan Cancer Care
  • The Kennedy Group
  • North West 200
  • Irish Distillers Group
  • The N.I. Federation of Clubs Annual Dinner, at Belfast's City Hall and the King's Hall respectively.
  • The Licensed and Catering Awards - Northern Ireland's most prestigious awards for the licensed, catering, tourism and hospitality industry.
Other services include those provided to the organisers of a Belfast family orientated festival with a programme encompassing over fifty events to include sport, drama and both traditional and modern music.

The founder of Amber Castle, Colin Beckinsale was born into a show business family, where it seemed natural that he follow the family tradition, when, at the age of nine, he commenced singing on radio and television jingles.

This progressed to performing as a lead vocalist and song writer, in which regard he has enjoyed success through credits for songs penned for the film "Divorcing Jack", a charted hit for Irish singer Patrick Feeny and six songs signed by a Nashville based publisher.

Personally, Colin has enjoyed BBC, ITV and RTE television appearances and have toured extensively throughout Ireland and the United Kingdom.

During the aforesaid period, Colin has gained comprehensive knowledge of venues throughout Ireland, both from an entertainers and promoters perspective.

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