Shortlist Announced

Welcome to the inaugural 2019 Making Pharmaceuticals Awards Dinner – to be held 30 April

It offers a great opportunity to update yourselves on the latest innovations and hear from some of the industry’s leading names as well as celebrate Excellence & Achievement.

Book your Dinner place now.

Ubichem Pharmaceutical
Clarity Compliance

Brenntag UK Limited
Veolia Water Technologies
iDi Pac Limited

kg-pharma GmbH & Co. KG
iDi Pac Limited
Glatt Protech Ltd
Crystec Ltd.
SSPC, Bernal Institute, University of Limerick

Hydropac UK Limited
Brenntag UK Limited

The Judging Panel

Karen Stevenson

Institution of Mechanical Engineers

Jon Youles


Liz Meehan

IPEC Europe

Andrew Love


Chris Waterhouse

The Packaging Collective

Ian McKeown


Bob Hayes

Seer Pharma

After Dinner Speaker - Shaun Williamson

The after dinner speaker for the 2019 Making Pharmaceuticals Awards Dinner is Shaun Williamson, probably best known for playing Barry Evans in BBC1’s ever-popular soap Eastenders, appearing in over 700 episodes.

Growing up in Maidstone, Kent, Shaun struggled to breakthrough as an actor. Such was his determination to succeed as a thespian, however, that he established his own amateur dramatics society and had considerable success with this group in plays such as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. He subsequently completed a three-year acting diploma at The Webber Douglas Academy and went on to appear in several TV shows before landing the part of Barry Evans in Eastenders. Other television roles have included parts in two series of ‘Extras’, one series of ‘Life’s Too Short’ and the film of ‘The Invention Of Lying’.

Other credits include Casualty, Holby City, Moving On, Plebs, Mr Winner, Houdini, Scoop, Funland, Inspector Morse, and the sitcom Waiting for God

He has also been popular on stage, in such roles as Monty The DJ in Saturday Night Fever, Fagin in Oliver and Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls.

The last few years have been particularly busy ones for Shaun. He played Mr Perks in the hit stage adaptation of The Railway Children at London’s King’s Cross Theatre, then later the same year played Baron Bomburst & Lord Scrumptious in the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang musical at the London Palladium, as well as Captain Hook in Peter Pan at The Hawth, Crawley. He has also appeared in Love Me Tender and Never Forget, and numerous comedies including a stint on stage as Fletcher in Porridge.

One of his big interests is quizzing. He won Mastermind in 2000 and has appeared on the winning teams in The Chase, Pointless , Eggheads and had his own Quiz show, The 24 Hour Quiz.

The charity for the Making Pharmaceuticals Awards Dinner is the British Wireless for the Blind Fund. For more information on the British Wireless for the Blind, please click on the image below: