Law Ball 2019

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Hello everyone! The RGU Law Society are super excited to announce the very much anticipated Law Ball for 2019.

It will be held on Saturday the 18th of May, arrival for 7pm at the stunning new Sandman Signature Hotel in Aberdeen. This hotel is the old Robert Gordon Building and therefore is a great fir for us to celebrate another year of Law, Law and Management and the Diploma at RGU! The ballroom is called the Robert Gordon Ballroom and is beautiful in design, we are super excited to hold the ball here this year!

Tickets for this event are £46 for all students and non-students where you are more than welcome to take a plus one that does not attend RGU. Each ticket includes a 3 three course meal, a glass of prosecco on arrival and half a bottle of wine each per person. There will be a photographer on arrival and throughout the dance taking photos that will be free for you to download and print. We also have a fantastic live band for a ceilidh and disco after the meal. It will be tables of ten and we are offering a discount of £10 if a whole table of ten is booked at the same time.

The Sandman have also gave us an exclusive great discounted offer of a £70 double room for two people staying, bed and breakfast in their new stunning rooms! Please contact the Sandman directly to book and quote this event.

There will also be discounted entry at the exclusive after party which is TBC, please keep your eyes peeled for this exciting announcement!

This is a black tie event so we look forward to seeing you all there in your goregous ball gowns, kilts and suits to dance the night away!

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