Tuesday , 5 July 2022

Are you ready for Glasgow’s Big Gay Ball?

The Big Gay Ball will be held on 4th July
The Big Gay Ball will be held on 4th July

Tartan Partnerships will be hosting “The Big Gay Ball does Glasgow” at the Radisson Hotel on 4th July.

The Glasgow-based events and fundraising organisation is proud to be hosting as evening of entertainment, champagne and good food in conjunction with a number of LGBTI organisations.

The Big Gay Ball does Glasgow is designed to be a summer evening ball for the LGBTQI community, their supporters, friends and family. It is not exclusively for LGBTQI people but rather for people who are supportive of equality. Everyone is welcome, and with fabulous food, drinks and entertainment it is certainly not something to be missed!

The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow

The event will be raising funds for key charities in Scotland that provide  services to members of the LGBTQI community, including LGBT Youth Scotland (who are tackling homophobia in schools), Waverley Care (Scotland’s leading HIV charity) and the Equality Network (Scotland’s leading charity for LGBTQI rights).

The tables start at £600 for 10 people and £65 per person. This includes a champagne reception, three course meal and wine on the table. There will be entertainment all day with the Soul Kings headlining.

Nancy Clench & Benedict Garret will be hosting the event and lots of comedy is expected. The Paisley Musical and Operatic Society will also make an appearance, as will award-winning dance troop “The Honeys” who will perform their latest combos prior to competing in the International Street Dance Competition.

A raffle, auction and silent auction will also be held to raise money for charity.

The dress code is formal. The theme is Independence Day – an American theme with a Scottish twist.

Tickets can be obtained online through www.tartan-partnerships.com/events or by calling 0141 582 1215 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm). Tickets can also be purchased in person from Tartan Partnerships’ offices at 20-23 Woodside Place, Glasgow.

Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are also available and designed to suit a range of budgets – interested persons should contact Tartan Partnerships on 0141 582 1215.

About Andrew Page

Andrew Page
Andrew is KaleidoScot's sports editor and photographer. An experienced blogger, Andrew was raised in the Hebrides and currently lives in Renfrewshire. Andrew became an active equality campaigner at the time of the Section 28 debate, and has particular interests in faith issues and promoting LGBTI equality in sport. Andrew was shortlisted for the Icon Award's 2015 Journalist of the Year.

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