Get your tickets now for TRIC Awards 2020!
Tickets are on sale for the TRIC Awards 2020! Join TRIC President, Lorraine Kelly, and new Chair, Jane Ostler, along with your favourite celebrities, on Tuesday 10 March at Grosvenor House on Park Lane, London for an extra special awards ceremony.
The ultra-glamorous TRIC Awards celebrate the nation’s favourite TV and radio personalities and their programmes, covering a whole host of categories and genres of television programmes.
Last year saw the cast of Strictly Come Dancing, A League of Their Own and The Great British Bake Off pick up awards, as well as Danny Dyer and Holly Willoughby head up to the stage.
Hundreds of stars will fill The Great Room at Grosvenor House to find out who will walk away with a prestigious TRIC gong.
And you could be there too! Tickets are now on sale for the TRIC Awards 2020, which includes a champagne reception from 11.30, three-course lunch and a surprise guest performance from one of our very own national treasures.
For the unique opportunity to mingle with our nation’s favourite glittering stars, and the greater good of the TV industry, table bookings and individual tickets are available now, so get online and book today: tric.org.uk/tric-awards/buy-tickets
ERT is a trade media partner with TRIC for 2020. For further information, please visit www.tric.org.uk or contact email@example.com or call 020 3476 7159.
New TRIC Chair, Jane Ostler (pictured with former Chairman and former President, Tony Hadley), commented: “There’s been lots going on to prepare for another amazing TRIC Awards event on 10 March; we’re lining up a surprise guest performance and working closely with our President, Lorraine Kelly, to make it extra special for our guests.
“Many people see it as a way to impress and entertain clients, and others choose to take tables to reward their teams for their hard work. It’s always a great day!”
Jack Cheeseman, editor of ERT, added: “We are very excited to once again be partnering with TRIC. We all have our favourite TV and radio shows that we enjoy watching or listening to in our spare time and this is the perfect opportunity to reward all the hard-working people involved in these productions. I’m looking forward to seeing the winners revealed in March!”
TRIC, the Television and Radio Industries Club, was formed in 1931. It was established in the early days of broadcasting as the ‘Radio Industries Club’. Its aim is to promote mutual understanding, goodwill and networking amongst those engaged in the technology and related industries, by holding high-profile events, and in doing so to raise money for the good causes and charities nominated by TRIC. This year it’s Help For Heroes and Combat Stress.
To book tickets for this year’s Awards, click here.