Prohibition Ball at the Marriott in Aid of LOROS
Ladies and gentlemen be prepared to be taken on a journey back to the 30’s for this year’s LOROS Prohibition Ball. The annual event promises to give you the ultimate 1930’s experience with an exciting Charleston dance-off set to be one of the highlights of the evening.
The ball, which is once again being held at Leicester’s Marriott Hotel, will be bursting with live entertainment and will also include a three course meal, followed by coffee and mints.
Event lead at LOROS Laura Betts said: “I cannot wait for this year’s Prohibition Ball, it is going to be a fantastic evening. “And what better way of celebrating the Hospice’s 30th birthday than by having a 30’s themed ball?”
The ball, which will take place on 28th November, is one of the final events celebrating three decades of LOROS in the Hospice’s 30th year. The dress code for the evening is Gatsby-inspired, so gents’ dust of your top hats and women, dig out your brightest red lipstick and put on your finest pearls.
“Everyone loves a good excuse to get dressed up,” added Laura, “Especially as we head into the festive season.”
Last years “Willy Wonka” Ball hosted by Anne Davies raised over £30,000 for the Hospice and they hope to raise the bar even higher this year. Tickets for the event are £75 per person, or £700 for a table of 10. VIP tables of 10, which includes champagne and a special gift, costs £900.
For more details visit loros.co.uk/prohibition or call the LOROS Fundraising Team on (0116) 231 8431/2