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The Mash Report Star Rachel Parris Confirmed As BASE Awards Host

BASE is excited to announce BAFTA Nominated actor and comedian Rachel Parris will host the BASE Awards at Camden’s Roundhouse on Thursday, 18th November, 2021.

Best known for her viral segments on BBC2’s The Mash Report, Rachel has also appeared on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, QI, Would I Lie To You and regularly appears on BBC Radio 4. As an actor she has appeared in The IT Crowd Special on Channel 4, BBC2’s Murder in Successville, Plebs on ITV2, Russell Howard’s Good News, satirical sketch show Revolting and more recently, in There She Goes for BBC 4.

Vicki Geddes, Commercial Manager, British Association for Screen Entertainment, said: “Rachel will be the perfect host for the BASE Awards, bringing her improvisational prowess, quick wit and warmth to the evening – it’s definitely going to be a night to remember! Tickets are selling fast and with only a few left, please contact a member of the team to get yourself booked in if you haven’t already – we can’t wait to all be together again in a couple of weeks.”

Tickets are available for £315+VAT for members and £335+VAT for non-members, with £10 from each ticket sale going to BASE’s charity partner, Action for Children. The event is just around the corner so contact Vicki to book now to avoid missing out.

Many thanks to our confirmed sponsors; BBC Studios, Birra Moretti, Carbon Quota, Cinram Novum, Deluxe, FERO, Finest, Lionsgate UK, OC, Official Charts Company, Premier, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Snakes and Ladders, StudioCanal, The Raygun, The Walt Disney Company, Universal Pictures UK, VDC, Visual Data, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, WEST10 and White Label.

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In support of Action for Children
In support of Action for Children

Action for Children believe that every child and young person in the UK should have a safe and happy childhood, and the foundations they need to thrive. They work to protect and support children and young people, providing practical and emotional care and support. They work to ensure children and young peoples voices are heard, and campaign to bring lasting improvements to their lives.