Graduation Ball 2016 - Ticket Update (5:30pm)

Once again we saw a phenomenal demand at the opening of Graduation Ball ticket sales this morning. Huge thanks go out to everyone who braved the queues, especially those that camped out from 6:30am to secure tickets! The latest ticket updates for both Friday and Saturday nights are listed below:
 

FRIDAY 15th

- There are no full tables available to purchase.
- There are still a small number of tickets available, these are either individual seats or groups of 2 or 3 on existing tables.
- A handful of tables are available on the balcony area of the ballroom. These can hold a maximum of 4 people.

SATURDAY 16th

- There are no full tables available to purchase.
- There are still a small number of tickets available, these are either individual seats or groups of 2 or 3 on existing tables.
- A handful of tables are available on the balcony area of the ballroom. These can hold a maximum of 4 people.


Ticket sales are available at Deeview Student Store in the Sir Ian Wood Building from 9:30am until 3:30pm, Monday - Friday. You can also call them directly on 01224 262 261 during these times if you have any questions.

 

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