TV and radio broadcaster, Gethin Jones has been confirmed as the host of the 2023 GIMA Awards.
Taking place on Thursday 19th October at the prestigious Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales, it will be Gethin that will help to reveal the winners of this year’s highly coveted GIMA awards.
Gethin Jones will be highly recognisable to delegates of the 2023 GIMA awards, having enjoyed a varied TV and radio career. Starting on S4C, Gethin then climbed aboard the Blue Peter ship, where he broke four world records, completed three life threatening task, visited 32 countries and fulfilled a lifetime ambition of flying with the Red Arrows and completing the UK Royal Marine Commando 30 mile Yomp. He has also presented four series of BBC1’s Remembrance, filmed in the Green Zone of Afghanistan.
More recently, Gethin has gone on to dance his way to the semi-finals of BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing, presented Dancing With The Stars All Access in America and is a familiar face on It Takes Two. Weekdays mornings on BBC1 see Gethin host the hugely popular Morning Live programme on BBC.
GIMA Director Vicky Nuttall said: “We are sure that the confirmation of Gethin as our awards host this year will be pleasing news for many! He is a true gent that I am sure will bring a certain something to proceedings. We cannot wait to welcome him to the stage later this year.”
Book your place now!
In addition to confirming its 2023 awards host, GIMA has also confirmed that seats are quickly filling up with only a handful of places remaining for the 2023 event. Interested parties are urged to secure their tickets now.
Prices for GIMA members: £339 + VAT per person, or £3,199 + VAT for a table of 10, whilst non-member costs are: Non-Members: £409 + VAT per person, or £3,899 + VAT for a table of 10 (all costs include dinner and accommodation).
There are also the last few sponsorship opportunities still available. To find out more, please contact the GIMA team directly for more information.