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British Academy Scotland Awards 2017: Tickets & Tables

21 September 2017

Would your company like to host a table at this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards? 

Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, Glasgow
Sunday 5 November from 17.00 (red carpet arrivals)

Prices 2017:

TABLE OF 12: £2340.00 +vat (£2808.00)

INDIVIDUAL: £195.00 +vat (£234.00)

INDIVIDUAL (BAFTA Members’ Rate): £130.00 +vat (£156.00)
BAFTA Members can buy a maximum of 2 tickets at this price

AFTER PARTY ONLY (from 22.30): £25 +vat (£30.00)

Ticket price includes: Champagne Taittinger Reception, Awards Ceremony, Three Course Dinner and the Glenfiddich After Party.

This is a unique networking opportunity - the ceremony is attended by key players and decision makers from the moving image industries alongside all of our nominees and special guests. Whether you work within the film, television or games industries, this annual glittering event is the perfect way to entertain your clients and reward your teams.

Demand for tables is always high. You can apply for tickets via tickets.bafta.org. There are separate request forms for Industry tickets, Members’ Tickets and After Party tickets – please ensure you fill in the correct form. A successful submission of your ticket request does not guarantee tickets; you will be contacted by BAFTA Scotland if your request has been approved.

Event: British Academy Scotland AwardsDate: Sunday 6 November 2016Venue: Blu Radisson Hotel, GlasgowHost: Edith BowmanBAFTA/ Alan PeeblesEvent: British Academy Scotland AwardsDate: Sunday 6 November 2016Venue: Blu Radisson Hotel, GlasgowHost: Edith BowmanBAFTA/ Carlo Paloni Event: British Academy Scotland AwardsDate: Sunday 6 November 2016Venue: Blu Radisson Hotel, GlasgowHost: Edith BowmanBAFTA/ Alan Peebles

BAFTA is the leading UK organisation promoting and rewarding excellence in the art forms of the moving image which today encompass film, television and video games. We are an evolving charity playing an increasingly important role in the promotion of UK arts and culture and our brand and international recognition has never been higher.  BAFTA Scotland is a charity supporting BAFTA’s aims, but more specifically, it champions the creative industries in Scotland and reaches out to the general public.  Awards ticket sales directly fund BAFTA Scotland’s activity – the British Academy Scotland Awards, Guru Live Glasgow, our Learning and Events Programme and are instrumental in supporting the central office in Glasgow.