Tim Vine to Host a Full House at the GIMA Awards

by | Jun 23, 2016 | News | 0 comments

With bookings for this year?s GIMA Awards exceeding all expectations those lucky enough to have bagged a spot will be entertained by top comedian, TV celebrity and actor Tim Vine.

Tim has been a regular on the comedy circuit since the 1990?s. He has won numerous awards throughout his career, but is just as well known for his TV appearances. Tim has appeared on ?Live at The Apollo?, ?QI?, ?Celebrity Mastermind?, ?Let?s Dance? and ?Let?s Play Darts?.? As well as appearing in various comedy acting roles, he appeared alongside Lee Mack in five series of the TV show ?Not Going Out?.

GIMA Awards

Tim will be hosting the hotly contested GIMA awards, entries for which are now closed.? The winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Dinner on Thursday 14th July. The awards return to the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport.

Places are filling up fast, so don?t miss out on joining us to see who?s won this year?s top honours.

To book places at the Gala Dinner visit www.gima.org.uk/gima-awards


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