Goodman Derrick presents Time Out founder Tony Elliot with Goodman Award
Goodman Derrick has presented Tony Elliot, founder of Time Out and supporter of the arts, with the Goodman Award. The award was presented by Goodman Derrick senior partner Tim Langton at the 35th Arts and Business Awards at BFI Southbank on 21 May 2014.
The Goodman Award honours an individual who has made outstanding, long-term contribution to the arts in a voluntary capacity.
Elliot was presented with the award for his commitment to a variety of arts organisations and particularly for his involvement in the Roundhouse Theatre, Somerset House and many other smaller organisations.
The Goodman Award was presented alongside eight other awards that honoured the best arts and business partnerships of the last 12 months.
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