Actor Stephen Mangan will host the 45th British Documentary Awards at a star-studded event at The Mermaid, London on Monday 6th November.
Host Stephen Mangan is a stage, film, television and voice actor. He began his acting career in the theatre but after appearing in the film Billy Elliot and landing the role of Adrian Mole in the BBC's adaptation of The Cappuccino Years, Stephen has become best known for his screen work. These roles include the title role in the television adaptation of Douglas Adams’ Dirk Gently, Green Wing, Houdini and Doyle, and Episodes with Tamsin Greig and Matt le Blanc. Next year he will be seen starring in the new comedy series Bliss for Sky Atlantic, Hang Ups for Channel 4 and Abi Morgan’s new BBC One/AMC drama The Split.
The Awards take place at The Mermaid, Puddle Dock, Blackfriars, London EC4V 3DB.
The evening begins at 6.00 pm with a drinks reception sponsored by ITV, after which guests will take their seats in the auditorium for the awards ceremony. The ceremony is followed by a hot buffet supper and party which ends at 1.00 am.
Tickets cost £135 + VAT (£162 inclusive of VAT)
The dress code is smart, but not formal.
After-party and supper
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