The BAFTA building

Our glamorous Autism Uncut awards ceremony at BAFTA 195 will celebrate the best of TV, film and media that gives the public a greater understanding of autism.

Join our judges and finalists at the home of British Academy of Film and Television Arts to recognise the growing representation of autism in public culture and commend the winners of our film and media awards.

About the event

Date: Thursday 6 April 2017

Venue: BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, St. James’, London W1J 9LN. See map.

Time: 7pm arrival – midnight finish

Dress code: formal/black tie – this is going to be a really special event, so wear something that makes you feel glamorous – your best dinner jacket or favourite cocktail dress!

Cost: Tickets are £85 each

You’ll be greeted by a sparkling wine reception, followed by the presentation of the awards for each of the four media and three film competition categories as chosen by our panel of judges. There will be some great food and more to drink afterwards, and we’re lining up some fantastic entertainment which we’ll announce nearer the time.

Guests will then all be invited to the upstairs theatre where we’ll screen all shortlisted films from our competition, and clips from some of our media awards finalists. You won’t be empty handed either – we’ll make sure you all have a tub of popcorn to enjoy while you watch.

Book tickets

Register your interest

We’re really excited to be running the event with the support of Tangle Teezer, one of our corporate partners.

If you have any further questions, please email autism.uncut@nas.org.uk.

See you on the red carpet!

Frequently Asked Questions

BAFTA theatre

Is the event wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

Will there be somewhere to leave bags and coats?
Yes, we’ll have a manned cloakroom available.

Can I buy tickets on the door?
No, you must purchase in advance. You can book your tickets online.

How many tickets can I buy?
As many as you need!

Will I get a reserved seat in the theatre with my ticket
No, the seating is unreserved so when guests are called to the theatre they can choose any available seats (except the front two rows).

The film I submitted for the competition has been shortlisted. Do I need to buy a ticket to the event?
No, all those who have been announced as finalists will be contacted in early 2017 to be offered a ticket to the awards ceremony.

How will I receive my tickets once I’ve booked them?
We’ll be posting out tickets prior to the event to the address you give us when purchasing.

I can’t make the event but I’ve bought a ticket. What do I do?
Unfortunately we are not able to refund tickets.

Are there any concession ticket prices for the event?

We have tried to make the event as affordable as possible, but we do not have any discounted ticket prices available. Please email autism.uncut@nas.org.uk if you have any queries about this. 

Will there be a quiet room at the venue?
Yes, you’ll have access to a large quiet room with seating.