Graduation Ball 2017 - Ticket Availability Update

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Huge thanks to everybody who braved the queues this morning to get your hands on Grad Ball tickets! If you are still trying to secure tickets for you or your group, take a look at the availability update below...

[Last update: 26th April @ 10am]

FRIDAY NIGHT

Full tables:
SOLD OUT

Other tickets:
There are still spaces on tables throughout the main hall which can accommodate groups of up to 7 people (some tables have 3 spaces, some have 5 spaces, some have 7 spaces etc). There is also some availability on the balcony.

SATURDAY NIGHT

Full tables:
SOLD OUT

Other tickets:
There are 7 tickets available in total. These are split into pairs on tables across the main hall, and 1 ticket on the balcony.

All remaining tickets are now with the Deeview Student Store, and you should contact them directly to confirm availability and to book tickets.

You can stop by the store in person on Union Way (outside the Union office) or give them a call on 01224 262 261. Their opening hours are 8:45am-4:00pm.

For more information about the Graduation Ball event, click here.

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