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Awards Ceremony Venues in Ipswich

Here's our pick of the best fun and unique awards ceremony venues in Ipswich, Suffolk perfect for annual awards ceremonies, an awards dinner or presentation. Huge choice of amazing venues to choose from with room hire of all types and sizes. Book event space direct here.

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10 Awards Ceremony Venues in Ipswich, Suffolk

DDR from£ 29.00pp
Ipswich Town Football Club is a unique venue, with excellent facilities and an award winning hospitality and catering team. The venue provides an inspirational backdrop for any meeting or occasion.With easy access from the A12 and A14, walking distance from the train station (with direct links from London, Norwich and Cambridge) and easy parking ou...
Ipswich Town Football Club
Ipswich Town Football Club
Portman Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2DA
 25 Meeting Rooms  30311 Max capacity
Room hire from £100
The Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel is the ideal venue for your next conference, located conveniently at the gateway from London to the East of England.Beautifully positioned amidst our willow garden and the brook is our largest room, the Willow Suite. At over 200 square metres, free of obstructions and complete with stage, it excels as a multipurpo...
Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel
Muthu Belstead Brook Hotel
Belstead Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP2 9HB
   180 Max capacity
DDR from£ 12.50pp
Set in the Suffolk countryside on the outskirts of Ipswich and easily accessible from Woodbridge and the surrounding areas, Fynn Valley Terrace is the perfect venue to cater for weddings, birthday & anniversary celebrations, school proms, private and Christmas parties, charity events, baby showers, Christening celebrations and more. Visitors en...
Fynn Valley Terrace
Fynn Valley Terrace
Witnesham, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 9JA
 3 Meeting Rooms  250 Max capacity
Novotel Ipswich
Greyfriars Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1UP
   5-220 Max capacity
Cineworld Ipswich
Cardinal Park, 11 Grafton Way, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1AX
   500 Max capacity
Aurora Bar & Restaurant
The Tented Building, Helena Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 0BT
   100 Max capacity
Revolution Ipswich
1-7 Old Cattle Market, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1AY
   300-950 Max capacity
Wherstead Park
The Street, Wherstead, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP9 2BJ
Trinity Park Events
Felixstowe Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 8UH
   50-600 Max capacity
Hintlesham Hall Hotel
Hintlesham, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP8 3NS
   12-100 Max capacity

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Industry News 15/11/23


The UK based magazine, which covers news from the music, television and film industries has chosen the iconic Roundhouse to host its first ever awards.The live awards take place on Thursday 23rd November, in collaboration with Rémy Martin. Several hundred guests are expected to attend the evening which will see live music performances and 13 very special award winners inducted into the Rolling Stone UK Hall of Fame.Head of events at Roundhouse Rhiân Pressley said: “we’re thrilled to be hosting the first ever Rolling Stone UK awards. It promises to be a very special evening with some brilliant artists. With Roundhouse’s incredible music legacy, we have a similar synergy with the magazine. And that is to celebrate those with talent, who want to break the mould, push the boundaries and succeed in their artistic realm.”The awards will be hosted by comic satirist Munya Chawawa. Prince of Darkness Ozzy Osborne has also confirmed his attendance to receive the ‘Icon Award,’ he said: “thanks very much for this award, it means a lot to me.” Osborne won’t be performing on the night but will give a speech to attendees and VIP’s.Rhiân Pressley continued: “Roundhouse has evolved over the years to be a first-class venue with incredible in-house production, making awards events really spectacular. It is a perfect collaboration.”Rolling Stone magazine was initially founded in San Francisco in 1967 with John Lennon on the front cover. Rolling Stone UK was founded two years

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