Cupid’s Bow aims at the Ardilaun Hotel
Cupid’s arrow is pointed towards the Ardilaun hotel this February 18th for the National Breast Cancer Research Institute Valentine’s Ball. The annual fundraiser is the start of the Galway social calendar, with a four-course gala dinner and a feast of entertainment. The charity ball has become a Galway tradition, firmly embedded in the social events of the season.
This year, the black-tie ball will be MC’ed by Galway Bay FM’s Ollie Turner, who is set to delight the crowds with his quick wit and stylish banter. To add to the ambiance of the evening, Ballerinas from the Regina Rogers Galway Ballet Academy will greet guests on arrival. Following the drinks reception, a sumptuous four course meal will be served, made with delicious ingredients from the chefs at the elegant Ardilaun hotel on Taylor’s Hill in the city.
Magic and Music:
Not only that, but mentalist and magician Jamie Skelton will conjure up a trick or two, ensuring the NBCRI Valentine’s Ball is one way to win over your loved one this February. Afterwards, sit back and enjoy the music of PK Brass and guests, or take to the dance floor to while the night away. It’s set to be an incredible evening of delectable cuisine, magical wizardry, dance and song.
The Valentine’s Ball is one of the charity’s major fundraising events and monies raised help to support the breast cancer research team led by Prof. Michael Kerin, based at the Lambe Institute, University of Galway. The Ball takes place on Saturday, February 18th at the The Ardilaun Hotel, Galway. Tickets are €100 each and available online only at, http://www.ValentinesBall.ie