13 September 13
Sara Lloyd Gregory, Mali Harries and Rhodri Meilir were just some of the nominees present at the 2013 BAFTA Cymru Awards nominees party, held at the Kuku Club, Cardiff.
Nominees for the upcoming 22nd annual British Academy Cymru Awards were celebrated with a glamorous party held at Cardiff Park Plaza’s Kuku Club.
Well-known faces from television and film mingled with key representatives from Wales’ creative and media industries at the event, which was hosted by BAFTA Wales and sponsored by Champagne Taittinger, NEP Cymru and Park Plaza Cardiff.
Nominees in attendance included Mali Harries (nominated for Best Actress, The Indian Doctor), Sara Lloyd-Gregory (nominated for Best Actress, Alys), Rhodri Meilir (nominated for Best Actor, Gwlad yr Astra Gwyn) and Justin Davies (nominated for the Breakthrough Award, Stella).
Guests were treated to a Champagne Taittinger drinks reception and a rousing musical performance by guitarist, Dewi Griffiths.
Allison Dowzell, BAFTA Wales Director said: “It was great to see so many of this year’s nominees coming together to celebrate their achievements in being nominated for these prestigious awards. The party was a great success and fitting prelude to the main event”.
The award winners will be announced at a star-studded ceremony hosted by television presenters Matt Johnson and Sian Lloyd at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff on Sunday 29 September 2013.
There are 29 programme, craft and performance categories to be awarded this year to honour excellence in broadcasting and production within Film and Television in Wales between 1 January 2012 and 31 March 2013.
The ceremony will also feature special guest performances, including Britain’s Got Talent finalists, Richard and Adam Johnson and celebrity award presenters representing the best of Wales’ creative and media industries.
There are a limited number of public tickets available to attend the ceremony only, priced at £10. All tickets can be purchased from the Wales Millennium Centre Box Office Tel: 029 2063 6464
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