Awards Dinner Starts In...
Nominations Open: 17th April 2018
Nominations Close: 2nd August 2018
Now established as one of Britain's well-loved and biggest comedy stars, Jack Dee has captured audiences and critics imagination with his dry humour and dead pan delivery. The winner of three British Comedy Awards and nominated for Best Entertainment Performer at the 2005 BAFTA's, he has been described by the press as "A modern comic marvel".
Jack Dee has appeared on shows such as QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, 8 Out of 10 Cats and Have I Got News For You. He hosts Radio 4's legendary I'm Sorry I Haven't Got a Clue, co-wrote and starred in four series of BBC Two's hit sitcom Lead Balloon and, of course, has appeared on numerous Live At The Apollo shows.
Jack has performed numerous dates in Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium and Sweden between the 9th and 17th October 2014, his first tour of northern Europe.
'... turns grumpiness into an art form' - The Evening Standard
Jack's stand up career began in 1986 when he delivered his first open mike spot at the world-famous London Comedy Store. Like most established comedians it wasn't until 1991 that he got his first big break by being nominated for the Edinburgh Festival Perrier Award and wining the British Comedy Award for Best Comedy Newcomer.
In 1992 Jack hosted the critically acclaimed The Jack Dee Show on Channel 4 which went on to run for two series, he then moved to ITV where he hosted Jack Dee's Saturday Night (1995) and Jack Dee's Sunday Service (1997). By 2000 he had moved to BBC 1 and presented two series of Jack Dee's Happy Hour.
In 2004 Jack hosted for BBC1 his BAFTA nominated Jack Dee Live at the Apollo which has quickly followed by a second series in 2005. In 2006 Jack teamed up with Pete Sinclair to write the sitcom Lead Balloon for BBC4/BBC2, which was re-commissioned for a new series of 8 episodes for BBC2 in 2007.
Order of Events:
6pm Champagne reception
7pm Welcome speaker followed by dinner
9pm Awards ceremony
1.30am Bar closes
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