The awards evening

Where

The Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards 2019 will be a glittering black-tie dinner to be held at the Madejski Stadium, Reading

When

November 28, 2019 – pre-dinner drinks commence at 6.15pm to be followed by dinner at 7pm

 Tickets

Tickets are priced at £1,800 ex VAT for a table of 10, with individual tickets priced at £190 ex VAT. 

Terms and conditions

Awards Timetable

  • Entries Opened: April 24, 2019

  • Entries Close: September 6, 2019

  • Awards dinner: November 28

Directions by road

From Junction 11 of the M4, follow signs towards Reading. Madejski Stadium is on your left-hand side after less than a mile.  For SatNav systems, the postcode is RG2 0FL.

Directions by rail

The nearest rail station is Reading. From there, simply take a Greenwave Park & Ride green bus that takes you direct to the Stadium. Average journey time less than 10 minutes. A taxi to the Stadium, from the train station/town centre should cost approximately £10.

Awards presenter – Vernon Kay

Having been spotted by a model scout at the BBC’s ‘Clothes Show Live‘, Vernon began a successful modelling career before moving into TV in 2000 with a regular presenting opportunity on Channel 4’s hugely popular show ‘T4’.

His love of music led Vernon to join Radio 1 in 2006 presenting his weekend show until he left the station in 2012. He then fronted his own mid-morning show on the re-launched Radio X from 2015 until 2017.

Vernon has gone on to host a number of high profile entertainment shows across numerous channels including All Star Family Fortunes, Splash!, 1000 Heartbeats and Beat The Star for ITV1, Just the Two of Us (alongside his wife, Tess Daly) and The World’s Greatest Elvis for BBC1 and Girls & Boys, Home for the Holidays and NFL Highlights for Channel 4.

More recently Vernon’s passion for sport has been transferred to screen, having presented both the Golf Sixes event, The Hero Challenge Golf Series along with co-presenting the live NFL coverage for Sky Sports and hosting Formula E for Discovery.

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