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BIMA confirms Norman Jay MBE and Normski for 2015 BIMA Awards party

02 Sep 2015

Posted by Sophie Bampton

BIMA are thrilled to announce that Norman Jay MBE will play a headline set at the BIMA Awards, in association with Workfront.

Jay is the co-founder of the Good Times Sound System, famous for playing funk, soul and disco at Notting Hill Carnival. He also established the Talkin’ Loud record label alongside Gilles Peterson, spearheading the Acid Jazz scene. Jay was awarded an MBE for services to music in 2002, and remains at the forefront of club culture today.

Back by popular demand; DJ, broadcaster, photographer and BIMA Awards favourite Norman Anderson AKA Normski will host this year’s party.

I had a blast hosting the BIMA Awards in 2014, so I’m looking forward to coming back to do the honours again this year. It’s great to be part of an initiative which recognises and celebrates creativity, innovation and talent.
Norman Anderson AKA Normski

And if that wasn’t enough to get your heart racing with excitement guests at the BIMA Awards party, which will take place at One Embankment, can enjoy a free bar all night, delicious canapés and bowl food, plus interactive experiences and hidden rooms.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your tickets to the BIMA Awards party here >>

BIMA Awards 2015 | 17 September 2015 | One Embankment

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Sophie Bampton
Posted by Sophie Bampton

Sophie joined BIMA in 2014, and has had the privilege of working on some incredible projects including launching BIMA's rebrand and the organisation's shiny new website! An eternal optimist, her life outside of work revolves around being kind, vegan, creative and embarking on the continuous quest to make people smile.

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