2014 Toy Industry Awards tickets now on sale

Published on: 24th October 2014

Tickets for the 2014 Toy Industry Awards taking place on 20th January 2015 at London’s Science Museum are now available.official-toy-industry300

Following its success in January 2014, the Toy Industry Awards event will return to the Science Museum in London’s South Kensington for its second year. The venue provides a spectacular backdrop for the awards evening where guests will celebrate the best in innovation and excellence for toy retail and product in 2014. The prominent venue is in close proximity to Olympia and guests will again have the option of free one-way coach travel from Olympia to the Science Museum on the first evening of Toy Fair.

The event will start at 6.45pm in the Making the Modern World gallery with a drinks reception and a hot standing buffet where guests can mingle and enjoy background entertainment.

The awards ceremony, which will take place in the museum’s IMAX theatre, is planned to finish by 9.30pm and will be followed by a free bar and desserts for guests to continue networking and celebrating.

The ticket price has been held as per the 2014 event and will be charged at £75+VAT.

Following the event’s sell out success last year, guests are encouraged to book early to secure tickets as they are expected to sell out quickly. Groups and individuals are welcome and tickets are offered on a first come, first served basis.

For any event enquiries or to purchase tickets please contact Matt Jones by email at or call on 020 7701 7127.

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