The eagerly awaited society favourite, the annual Pink Ribbon Ball took place this weekend at the prestigious Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane in London and was nothing short of a Venetian Masked Spectacular! The event, now in its 22nd year, saw an outstanding turnout of guests who came together to support Breast Cancer Now and celebrate this wonderful cause.
With the help of applaudable generosity from companies such as Laurent Perrier Champagne, Elizabeth Arden and The Walt Disney Company, we were able to raise a significant £335,000, which will contribute to funding the charity's vital research in order to ensure that by 2050 anyone who develops breast cancer will be treatable.
This latest edition of the Pink Ribbon Ball included a champagne reception, followed by a sumptuous four-course meal, and a truly wonderful line up of music and entertainment.
Liz Hobbs Group were proud to be involved with not just the production, sound and lighting for this fantastic evening, but we also worked to deliver incredible entertainment throughout the evening. The Venetian Dancers and Electric Violinists were really well received and a stunning performance from the Cyr Wheel got the evening off to a great start.
During dinner attendees were treated to moving performances from the Military Wives Choir and Westlife frontman Shane Filan had the whole room on its feet to a spectacular performance.
We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone who donated towards this amazing cause that works tirelessly year on year to find a cure and help change lives.
For those who attended, thank you for your continued support – we hope you thoroughly enjoyed the evening and that we will see you again at next year's ball.
If you would like to make a donation towards Breast Cancer Now, please see here for more information: http://breastcancernow.org/
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