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27th April 2017

Journey to the moon with the EAC & LEL Ball

An invitation to join us on our ‘Voyage Dans La Lune’ at the EAC & LEL Ball

It’s finally over: Long Essays are in, exams seem far away on the horizon (they’re not, but let’s pretend), and the sun is (maybe, hopefully) shining. What better way to celebrate than with a ball?

The EAC and LEL societies are putting on their annual ball on the 4th of May, and everyone is welcome, regardless of your degree subject!

The theme is ‘Voyage Dans La Lune’, so it’s a perfect excuse to get dressed up in something sparkly and celebrate the end of the year before exams and essays make us all stressed again.

All years are welcome, it’s not just for final year students — and it’s a great way to let your hair down in style at the Principal Hotel on Oxford Road.

Tickets are on sale now, but you’ve got to be quick — they’re only available until the 28th of April at 12 noon.

Tickets cost £37.50, which includes a 3-course 5* meal, a private red-carpeted entrance, welcome drinks, and entertainment from the MSC Big Band and a DJ! What more could you want from an evening?

So much work has been put into this night to make it incredibly special and exciting, so get dressed up and head on down to the Principal on the 4th of May, and get ready to journey to the moon with us all!

Full details of the ball can be found on the Facebook event here, and tickets can be bought here.

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