VENUES OOZING IN HISTORY — 2016 & BEYOND
We are embracing the national aspect of the awards and holding the ceremony in a different location of the UK each year.
2014 — Birmingham
2015 — Cheltenham
2016 — TBA
The ceremony venue is to always reflect the vintage heart of the awards and must have a rich history ideally timely to the 1920s — 60s.
From ballrooms in elaborate town halls, the last surviving music halls, former silent movie picture houses to film locations of our favourite period dramas and films.
If you are a venue owner or have a suggestion for future award ceremony locations please get in touch.
PREVIOUS AWARD CEREMONY HOST VENUES
The early National Vintage Award ceremonies were held in Fazeley Studios in Digbeth, Birmingham. Fazeley Studios' showpiece space is its Grand Gallery reception, a beautifully renovated 19th century Unitarian Chapel, beside which is the oldest part of the building, a Unitarian Sunday school dating from 1865. Coupled with a series of 1920s factories, the site has since been redeveloped into a digital, creative space and home to offices, meeting space and variety of events.