Catherine Zeta-Jones, Katherine Jenkins, Asif Kapadia, George Lucas and Tom Ellis among those confirmed to present at the Cymru Awards on 25 October
Watch the awards show on BAFTA social media channels from 19:00 BST on 25 October
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Wales, BAFTA Cymru, has today revealed the names of the presenters and other special guest taking part in this Sunday’s British Academy Cymru Awards, which is being streamed at 19:00 BST on BAFTA Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
Television presenter Alex Jones (The One Show) was previously announced as the host for the ceremony and will be joined by video-link by awards presenters, including:
- Alexandra Riley (The End of the F---ing World, In My Skin)
- Amber Davies (Love Island, 9 to 5 The Musical)
- Asif Kapadia (The Warrior, Senna, Amy)
- Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago, The Mask of Zorro)
- Dafne Keen (His Dark Materials, Logan)
- Jo Hartley (This Is England, Eddie the Eagle, After Life, In My Skin)
- classical singer Katherine Jenkins
- Lin Manuel Miranda (Hamilton, Mary Poppins Returns, His Dark Materials)
- Patricia Allison (Sex Education)
- Tom Ellis (Lucifer, Miranda)
- Tom Rhys Harries (White Lines, Hunky Dory).
As previously announced, the Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television Award will be presented to Art Director/Production Designer Les Dilley and will include special messages from George Lucas, James Cameron, John Landis, Micky MacPherson,
Mimi Leder and Sir Ridley Scott.
Event sponsors and partners have been confirmed as Audi UK, Bad Wolf, BBC Cymru Wales, Boom, Buzz Magazine, Cardiff Council, Champagne Taittinger, Channel 4, Cuebox, Decade 10, Deloitte, Whitelight, Gorilla, ITV Wales, San Pellegrino/Acqua Panna, S4C, Trosol, Villa Maria and Working Word.
A full list of nominees is available here
Photography will be available at www.bafta.thirdlight.com at approx. 8:30pm on the night.
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For further information, please contact:
Hannah Raybould, Director, BAFTA Cymru
T: 07884 355668
Lydia Jones at Working Word
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