Creative and Cultural Business Ball

Creative and Cultural Business Ball
Wednesday 24 April 2019
7pm - 11pm
Copthorne Hotel, Aberdeen

The CCB Society are excited to announce the, now annual, CCBS Ball 2019.
The ball will be helf at the Copthorne on the 24th of April, from 7:00pm to 10:30pm. The ballroom is called the Crystal Suite and has a simple yet contemporary design, both us and the Copthorne are excited to hold it here this year!
Tickets for this event are £30 for members and £35 for non-members - we do encourage plus ones!
Each ticket includes a 3 three course meal, a glass of prosecco on arrival and entertainment.
There will be a bar available within the suite for guests to use throughout the evening and a dance floor for those who wish to have a boogie, maybe after a few too many?
The Copthorne have also given us an exclusive discounted offer of £50 single of £60 double room! Please contact the society if you wish to book a room and this can be agreed with the hotel.
This is a black tie event so we look forward to seeing everyone dressed in their best - gowns, suits or kilts!

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