Date announced for breast cancer research Valentine’s Ball

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Attending the launch of this year’s Valentine’s Ball in aid of the National Breast Cancer Research Institute were Ballet Dancers Carly Fitzpatrick and Lucy Miller from the Regina Rogers Galway Ballet Academy with event MC Ollie Turner, Johanna Downes National Breast Cancer Research Galway fundraising committee, Research Director National Breast Cancer Research Institute, Prof Michael Kerin. Michelle Murphy National Breast Cancer Research Galway fundraising committee and John Ryan, Managing Director. Photo: Tom Taheny

The annual National Breast Cancer Research Institute Valentine’s Ball will take place at the Ardilaun Hotel on Saturday, 18 February.

The black tie event, MC’ed by Ollie Turner from Galway Bay FM, announces the start of Galway’s social events for 2023.

This year guests will be greeted on arrival by ballerinas from the Regina Rogers Galway Ballet Academy before enjoying a drinks reception followed by a four-course gala dinner.

Music on the night will come from PK Brass and guests will be wowed by award-winning close-up mentalist and magician Jamie Skelton.

The Valentine’s Ball is one of the charity’s major fundraising events and monies raised help to support the breast cancer research team led by Prof Michael Kerin, based at the Lambe Institute, University of Galway.

Sponsorship is key to the success of any fundraising event and the charity would like to thank its numerous sponsors for their continued support.

Tickets for the ball are €100 each and available online only at valentinesBall.ie

Further information about the event and how you can help support the research team can be found at breastcancerresearch.ie