Bristol Pride Gala Ball

BRISTOL PRIDE GALA BALL at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery Sat 10 November 2018 from 07:00 pm

 

Taking place on Saturday 10 November this year's event will be held in the prestigious Bristol Museum at the top of Park Street, making for a very special evening as the spectacular Bristol Pride Gala Ball returns for a fourth year.

We’ll be providing exciting entertainment including magician Magic Taffy, Musician Brook Tate, the fabulous dance moves of Bristol's Flamingo Flappers and more plus DJ til 1am (so you can party even later this year).

The Museum has promised to pull out all the stops to provide us with a sumptuous 3-course dinner with coffee and petit fours. You’ll also have a free welcome drink on arrival and all guests will again have free entry to the Queenshilling if your feet can take more dancing.

Join Pride for a night at the museum with a twist. 
Tickets are £50 plus booking or Tables of 10 are available at a discounted £500 when booked directly with Pride. Email Info@bristolpride.co.uk to make a table reservation only.

The Gala Ball has sold out every year for the last 3 years. Last year over 180 people and 16 businesses joined in to celebrate with pride - so be sure to book early.

A fantastic event and atmosphere joined by incredible businesses and people from all over the city along dignitaries including representatives from the Lord Mayor and the Mayor of Bristol's office.

As well as fundraising for Pride 2019, you’ll be supporting our 2018 charity, the Albert Kennedy Trust, who work with homeless LGBT+ young people. 

You will be asked to provide a contact email in order for Pride to contact you to check allergies and dietary needs for the dinner.

Tickets:

      Qty  
2018 Gala Ball: £54.00  
Table of 10: £540.00  

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