Graduation Ball Ticket Update

As expected, there was a huge demand for tickets today. Thank you to everybody for your patience waiting in the queues, see below for a ticket update.
 
- FRIDAY NIGHT
There are no full tables available. There are a number of 1, 2 and 3 person spaces available at tables throughout the room, and there are also some 4 person tables available on the balcony section, which overlooks the main hall and dancefloor.
 
- SATURDAY NIGHT
There are no full tables available. There are a number of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 person spaces available at tables throughout the room, and there are also some 4 person tables available on the balcony section.
 
- ONLINE ORDERS
This allocation has completely sold out. If you managed to buy a group order through the Union website, your tickets will be available to collect from the Deeview Student Store anytime from tomorrow (Friday). You must take your student ID with you when you collect your tickets!

For ticket enquiries, contact the Deeview Student Store on 01224 262 261 during opening hours (9am-4pm)
For all other Grad Ball related enquiries contact gradball@rguunion.co.uk
 

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