Local hospice to host 1920’s inspired ball in Lincoln

The White Faces Project will be performing at the Great Gatsby inspired ball

Local residents are invited to annual hospice ball to help raise £15,000 fundraising target

On Saturday 29th October, from 7.15pm – 12.30am, St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice will be hosting their annual ball at the Double Tree by Hilton.

The Great Gatsby themed ball will see guests treated to a drink on arrival, three-course meal and live music from ‘The Motown Review’. An exclusive early bird rate of just £50 per person is available to those who book before 30th September and £55 per person thereafter.

Becky Otter, Events Manager for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, said:

“Our Great Gatsby Ball is the perfect opportunity to get dressed up in 1920’s glamour or classic black tie. Join us alongside your friends and family for a night that is sure to be filled with fun, laughter and good old fashioned revelry!”

Live band ‘The Motown Review’ are a ten piece band with a repertoire that includes the Supremes, Stevie wonder, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye and The Temptations.

Becky concludes: “The 1920’s theme will run throughout the evening with local dance group ‘White Faces Project’ entertaining guests with their swing-era dance performances including the Charleston, Black Bottom and Tap. Guests will enjoy a Charleston dance lesson and be encouraged to take part in the Charleston dance off!

“There will also be a raffle and charity auction on the night with some fantastic prizes to help us reach our fundraising goal of £15,000 for hospice care. Let’s party like Gatsby and help us to make the night a sell-out success!”

Purchase your tickets online at www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk/gatsby or call Beck Otter on 01522 559 516 for further information.

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