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Graduation Ball tickets now available.

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With assignments, exams and the end of University rapidly approaching, it seems only right that the illustrious Graduation Ball returns for another year to mark a celebratory end to what has been an amazing University experience. Year on year this sell-out event brings everyone together for an evening that oozes class and sophistication; ball gowns, dapper suits, plenty of great refreshments and the iconic Grand Hotel providing a majestic backdrop.

After months of meticulous planning alongside Rox promotions, we have a fantastic Graduation Ball planned! Open to the whole year, the ball promises to be a truly fitting end to your University journey. 

Things to expect on the night;
• DJ and live band
• Photo booth with an array of props & unlimited prints
• Photographer
• Retro Pick and Mix Stall
• Retro Candy Floss Stall
• Retro Popcorn Stall
• Retro Hot Dog Stall
• Selection of hot and cold canapé’s (including vegetarian & vegan Options)
• Champagne Reception
• Casino Tables

The dress code is formal ball attire (Tuxedo's are not mandatory), and plus-ones are welcomed. 

 

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