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Presenters confirmed for 2018 BAFTA Children's Awards

23 November 2018

The British Academy Children’s Awards will take place on Sunday 25 November 2018 at the Roundhouse in Camden, London.  The ceremony will be hosted by Marvin Humes and Rochelle Humes.

Full details of the nominees can be found at

Confirmed presenters and guests include:

Shan Ako, Steve Backshall, Kerry Boyne, Paul Chuckle, Annabelle Davis, Warwick Davis, Rosie Day, Simon Farnaby, Jack Fincham, Helen Glover, Dani Harmer, London Hughes, Rufus Hound, Konnie Huq, Lauren Layfield, Maddie Moate, Sam Nixon, Ed Petrie, Bella Penford, Mark Rhodes, Lindsey Russell, Dr Ranj Singh, ​Giovanni Spano, Joe Sugg, Katie Thistleton, David Walliams, Tony Walsh, Layton Williams, Anne Wood CBE, Andria Zafirakou, and BAFTA Young Presenter winner Daniel McGovern


There are a number of separate media areas at the event and all accredited media will be notified in advance which areas they are accredited for:

Red carpet only
Media centre – watch the ceremony live
Winners’ press conference – limited number of interview spots with the winners
Winners’ photography area


16:45                Accreditation desk opens

16:45                Photographers’ Draw

17:00                Red carpet media pens lock down

17.30                Doors open

Red carpet arrivals commence

18.00                Doors to Auditorium Open       

18:30                Doors closed

Red carpet arrivals draw to a close

20:15                Ceremony commences

22:15                Ceremony finishes

For further information:
Kerry McGlone at freuds                                  
T: 020 3003 6648                                                 
E: [email protected]                           

David Bryan at freuds
T: 020 3003 6356
E: [email protected]


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