Charity
Ball

Celebrating Manchester

Supporting Nordoff Robbins

Friday 17.11.17
6.30pm - 1.00am
at the Principal, Oxford Street
Manchester, M60 7HA

MANCHESTER THEMED ART
EXHIBITION FEATURING

  • Chris Acheson
  • Michael John Ashcroft
  • Richard Clare
  • Tim Garner
  • Jean Hobson
  • Ben Kelly
  • NORMAN LONG
  • Janet Mayled
  • Anthony McCarthy
  • Cathy Read
  • Liam Spencer
  • Colin Taylor
  • Matthew Thompson
  • Angela Wakefield
  • Matt Wilde
  • Hosted by Nik Maguire AKA Mr Deansgate – Mad about Manchester
  • Music by Manchester born vocal artist Alexander Stewart
  • DJ set by Manchester music legend & XS Manchester presenter Clint Boon
  • Casino by Manchester235
  • Photo booth
  • String Quartet
  • Charity auction & raffle
  • Aston Martin cars on display
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Tickets £55 including welcome drinks and three course dinner. Early bird tickets £45 until 31.10.17. Black tie optional

FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO BOOK YOUR PLACE CALL THE GOOD ESTATE AGENCY ON 0161 932 1716, EMAIL HELLO@THEGEA.CO.Uk OR CLICK HERE

About

Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to changing lives of vulnerable and isolated people.

For the past 10 years, their work in Manchester and the surrounding North West area has grown steadily. In 2008, they established their two-year master of Music Therapy course at the Royal Northern College of Music. Every other year since then, up to 15 qualified music therapists graduate from this internationally renowned Masters Programme. Nordoff Robbins currently work in 19 partner organisations – including the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, local special educational needs schools and hospices.

In 2015 Nordoff Robbins delivered 19,226 music therapy sessions, reaching 4,453 people. By 2020, it is their goal to double that number, providing music therapy to more people in more places, including the Greater Manchester and North West area.

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