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Date: Tuesday 26th June 2018

Venue: Old Billingsgate, 16 Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6DX

Time: 6.30pm – Pre dinner drinks reception
7.30pm – Dinner
Midnight – Event ends
Dress Code: Black Tie/Cocktail attire

The NFTS Gala is also supported by:

Join Committee Co-Chairs, award-winning screenwriter Abi Morgan (Suffragette, Shame, Brick Lane) and renowned producer Duncan Kenworthy OBE (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually, The Children Act), and your host for the evening, TV favourite Mel Giedroyc, to celebrate the success and achievements of British screenwriters, whose screenplays are the foundation for some of the world’s most celebrated films, television programmes and video games.

The Gala brings together a wealth of industry leaders, influential figures and stars of the stage and screen, providing a unique networking and entertaining opportunity, whilst also providing vital support for the future of the film, television and games industries.

Table Prices:     

Premium (best position) tables for 10 - £7,500
Standard tables for 10 – £3,950
(Includes pre-dinner drinks reception, delicious three course dinner with coffee, petit fours, all-inclusive wine, beer and soft drinks and entertainment)

Book your table:
Booking your table couldn’t be easier! Click here to complete the online booking form or contact Gill Woods or Emma Taylor at  01494 731 381 for more information.
The NFTS Galas are always a sell-out, so book your table early to ensure that you don’t miss out on what promises to be a truly fantastic night.

Please see below for photos from previous Gala events.

Why your support matters:

All funds raised will go directly to the NFTS to help provide even more courses in response to industry demand, support scholarships for student filmmakers, TV showmakers and games developers, and give the opportunity for all talented young people to come to the NFTS whatever their background or circumstances.

Funds raised at past Galas have also enabled us to introduce important new initiatives, such as our Directing Workshop, which aims to increase the number of women, people from BAME backgrounds and those with disabilities working professionally in screen directing.

We very much hope you will be able to join us for the 2018 event.  Now more than ever, the School relies on the backing of the industry to support investment in the next generation of talent so we can continue to create the very best graduates in the world.

The NFTS is a registered charity (313429).