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The TV Tea Party

Since 2003, BAFTA Los Angeles has hosted the TV Tea Party honoring excellence in Television. The party is held on the Saturday afternoon prior to The Primetime Emmy Awards in the gardens of one of Los Angeles' luxury hotels. As well as honoring the year's nominees and winners, the Tea Party also includes a silent auction to raise funds and awareness of our Community Outreach and Philanthropic programs including our Heritage Archive and Inner City Cinema programs.

The event is a must-attend event during Emmys weekend and provides a relaxed social atmosphere for our guests, who include television executives and celebrities, as well as Emmy Nominees and talent from the UK and the Commonwealth nations.


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2015 TV Tea Party

The 2015 party will take pace on Saturday September 19. Event coverage will be available online next week and follow @BAFTALA on Twitter for updates from the event.


BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea 2014 Presented By BBC America And Jaguar - Inside

2014 TV Tea Party

The 2014 party took pace on September 5, 2014 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. Guests included Chris O'Dowd, Stephen Merchant, Lizzy Caplan, Armando Iannucci, Cat Deeley and Minne Driver.



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2013 TV Tea Party

The 2013 TV Tea was supported by BBC America and took place on Saturday, September 21 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. Guests included; Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville, Girls star Allison Williams and True Blood actress Lara Pulvar.


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2012 TV Tea Party

The 2013 TV Tea was supported by BBC America and held on the rooftop of The London West Hollywood. Stars in attendance included Martin Freeman, Dominic Monaghan, Karen Gillan, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Aaron Paul, Damian Lewis and Julian Fellowes.


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2010 TV Tea Party

The 2010 TV Tea Party held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, supported by BBC America and British Airways. The glamorous affair was attended by Cat Deeley, Michael Sheen and many more stars of the small screen.


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