Rosie Miracle Ball
Rosie Miracle Ball
Saturday 6 July at The Great Hall, Homerton College for 7.15pm pre dinner drinks subsequently an Elegant Candlelit Dinner followed by dancing to Firefly. There will be a charity Auction and Raffle during the evening. Carriages at 12.30pm.
When dressed in all its splendour, The Great Hall could be a good stand in for a Harry Potter Hogwarts Dinner!
The tables will be arranged collegiate style so couples ( or even individuals) can easily come by themselves although larger parties also catered for.
The band for the night "Firefly" have local connections but have a large presence as one of the UK's leading function and wedding live bands. Their musicians have performed on television shows such as 90210, ITV's I'm a Celebrity... and also BBC national radio. Band members have also supported major international artists, working with performers as diverse as Katie Melua and The Weather Girls.
It is shaping up to be a excellent night out, and we hope that as many of you and your friends as possible will feel you can join us for such a good cause - the Rosie Hospital Campaign, specificallythe Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
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Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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