This year, necessitated by the pandemic, we are taking the BCO Awards online. The growing strength of the BCO’s regional chapters and their desire to spotlight the very best in each area will feature in a Festival Week of Virtual BCO Awards which will take place from 19 October – 23 October.

Start Date / Time 23 Oct 2020 12:00
End Date / Time 23 Oct 2020 13:00
Venue Virtual Awards
Category BCO Awards
National No
Region Scotland
Type Awards
Available to Non Members Yes
Members Price £70.00 ex VAT (£84.00 inc VAT)
Non-member Price £70.00 ex VAT (£84.00 inc VAT)

Description

The Scotland Awards will now be hosted online on Friday, 23 October @12pm by
triathlete quadruple amputee, Corinne Hutton, who will be announcing all category winners. Joining Corinne on our virtual stage will be our CEO, Richard Kauntze and Chair of the Scottish Committee, Gillian Stewart and Chair of the Judging Panel, David Dool.

Whilst we are precluded from being together at the Glasgow Grand Central Hotel, we have worked hard to provide a fabulous experience with all the excitement you would expect at this prestigious and popular event. Virtual events are innovative spaces and we invite you to step into a world of new possibilities: network with your guests ‘face to face’, welcome them for drinks at your virtual table, watch the show “live” on a virtual stage and make contact with others on the guest list. If this sounds fantastic but hard to imagine, don’t worry, we will provide you with an easy to follow “How to Guide”, so all you need to do on the day is to put the Champagne in the fridge and enjoy the event.

We very much hope that you will join us at the virtual awards show to celebrate the fantastic achievements of the talented teams that have entered their projects this year.



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AWARDS PRESENTER


     
Justin Moorhouse           

Thinking there might be more to life than sales (and realising that he would never play for Manchester United), Justin Moorhouse took up comedy at the comparatively late age of 29.

 

With his northern charm and cheekiness, he quickly grabbed the attention of the Manchester comedy scene. After supporting the city’s best known comedians, including Johnny Vegas and Peter Kay, Justin became a headline act in his own right. He is perhaps most recognisable as the hapless Young Kenny in Phoenix Nights - who spent the whole of the second series with his face painted as a tiger - but he has also appeared in Coronation Street, as rival pub landlord Dean Upton, and was a winner of Celebrity Mastermind.

 

Justin presented a Sony nominated radio show on Key 103 for more than a decade, and has performed two series of his own sitcom, Everyone Quite Likes Justin, on Radio 4. He has also appeared in Shameless and 8 Out Of 10 Cats, and the much lauded Ken Loach film Looking For Eric. He wrote the acclaimed Radio 4 comedy drama, An Insurance Inspector Calls, and is a regular guest on The News Quiz.

           

                       

    

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Justin Moorhouse

 

 

 

        


BOOKINGS


To cover the costs of the virtual awards events, tickets are:

£70 +VAT per place
£700 +VAT per table of 10

Bookings can be made by downloading the booking form and returning to Createvents:

 

Clare Hollick, BCO Awards, Createvents, 
24 Tesla Court, Innovation Way, Lynch Wood, Peterborough, PE2 6FL
E: clare@createvents.co.uk F: 01733 294524