Adrian Dunbar and Manor House Hotel nominated for Ulster Tatler Awards
County Fermanagh will be well represented at this year’s Ulster Tatler Awards 2022 as local star Adrian Dunbar is shortlisted for an award at the prestigious ceremony.
Adrian Dunbar will carry the flag for Fermanagh in this year’s Celebrity of the Year category in hopes of victory on the night, as the Line of Duty legend takes on fellow TV star Nicola Coughlan as well as a range of local talent, including Joel Mawhinney. , Rebecca McKinney and Gyasi Sheppy for the title.
Hotel of the Year is also expected to be a hotly contested category with Manor House vying for the coveted award alongside four other NI hotels.
The Ulster Tatler Awards, now in their 15th year, celebrate the achievements of local individuals and businesses, including the likes of those who have graced the pages of the province’s leading lifestyle and society magazine for over 50 years old.
The evening’s categories include arts, beauty, fashion, interiors and hospitality, while the ceremony also recognizes familiar faces who have helped put Northern Ireland on the map, in the form of the Celebrity of the Year, Sportsman of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Showcase. Award which has recognized some of the province’s most beloved personalities over the years such as Dame Mary Peters OBE, Brian Friel, Sir James Galway, Gloria Hunniford, Barry McGuigan, Marie Jones, Hollywood actor Ciaran Hinds, Pat Jennings and John Linehan aka ‘May McFettridge’ who was honored at the 2021 ceremony.
The Ulster Tatler Awards feature 14 categories voted for by the public, with shortlists in each category compiled from the votes cast before juries of media and industry experts select their winners. The winners will then be announced in a glamorous ceremony on September 8 at St Anne’s Cathedral, Belfast, hosted once again by much-loved TV personality Pamela Ballantine.
“The wealth of talent we have here in Northern Ireland is exceptional in many areas, especially the endless flair we see in business, sport and entertainment,” said Chris Sherry, Editor-in-Chief of Ulster Tatler.
“The difficulty of picking a single deserved winner gets bigger every year and that speaks volumes about the level of quality across the province.
“We are delighted to return to the magnificent St Anne’s Cathedral this year to celebrate the companies and people who have shone throughout the past year across Northern Ireland.
“We are excited to see what this year’s awards have in store for us and look forward to another special evening which will once again be hosted by our good friend and TV personality Pamela Ballantine,” Chris added.