Due to the continuing uncertainty over COVID-19, the Thames Valley Property Awards has now been postponed to November 10, 2020.

We are planning to stage the event as a physical awards dinner on this new date. Decisions will depend on government rules on physical distancing plus any other limitations imposed due to the pandemic.

In the meantime, we are looking forward to seeing the property community at Ascot for this much-loved awards night.

We will keep you updated….

Presenter: Alistair McGowan

The hugely versatile Alistair McGowan is an impressionist, actor, writer of jokes, plays and sketches, stand-up comedian and, latterly, pianist. 

He is fondly remembered for his popular BAFTA-winning TV show The Big Impression, in which he impersonated everyone who was anyone in the early noughties. Alistair began his career by providing voices for the puppets on Spitting Image. 

He has worked extensively in theatre and appeared in the West End in Art, Cabaret and Little Shop of Horrors (for which he received an Olivier Award nomination). He worked at the RSC in Merry Wives: The Musical, has twice played Professor Henry Higgins in Pygmalion and received huge critical acclaim for his performance in the title role in An Audience with Jimmy Savile. He also sang in (and directed) The Mikado and The Pirates of Penzance for Raymond Gubbay. 

Alistair was a mainstay of BBC Radio 4 comedy shows during his early career and has written three plays for the network: Three Pieces In The Shape of A Pear, about Erik Satie; The Peregrinations of A Most Musical Irishman, about John Field; and The ‘B’ Word, about the first production of Pygmalion. He also wrote and performed a one-man stage play about Erik Satie, Erik Satie’s-faction. 

His own piano ambitions reached new heights in 2018. Having gone back to the piano at the age of 49 (after reaching Grade 2 as a nine-year-old), he released The Piano Album, playing 17 short pieces by Satie, Liszt, Field, Chopin, Mompou et al, through Sony Classical. The album reached Number One in the classical chart. 

In what is possibly a world first, he also tours The Piano Show, in which he plays 13 short pieces and intersperses them with stories about the composers and his trademark stand-up comedy and impressions. 

He still works as comedian and over the last four years has toured the country with Jasper Carrott.

Presenter: Alistair McGowan

We are now taking bookings on restricted view tables

Table sales will open to all companies on April 1, on a first come first serve basis, but with priority booking for finalists open on March 19. 
 
However, due to high demand for places at this popular event, bookings into the restricted view area are open now:
 
£1,500 +VAT – Table of 10
£160 +VAT – Individual places.
 
Companies booked into the restricted view area will be offered the opportunity to upgrade into the main room from April 1, with priority given to finalists.
 

The Thames Valley Property Awards 2020 will culminate in a gala dinner at Ascot Racecourse on Thursday, April 30, 2020. Tickets are priced at £2,000 ex VAT for a table of 10, with individual tickets priced at £210 ex VAT. Some tables will have a restricted view of the stage, these are priced at £1,500 ex VAT for a table of 10, with individual tickets priced at £160 ex VAT.

The drinks reception is sponsored by Encore

Wine bottle necks sponsored by Jansons Property

Terms and conditions

 

PROPERTY-2016 SPONSORS haslams Campbell_Gordon_300dpi_CMYK BDB-PITMANS_LOGOTYPE_CMYK BM_logo_RGB[7] SUPPORTER Boyes_Turner Costar-sponsor-TVPA McKay_SECONDARY--MasterIdentity_RGB_v1-03 image013 Savills_CMYK_Logo Leaders&RomansLogo_Reversed[1] SUPPORTER Pegasus-Group-Logo encore_rgb21mm Gateley-Legal_grey_CMYK