Tickets on sale NOW!

It's official, Age UK Exeter's Gala Ball 2017 will be held on 20 October at the Great Hall, Exeter University. 

image of Age UK Exeter's Charity Gala Ball Black and Gold poster

Put that date in your diary now, because it's going to be a brilliant night out.

Here's what we have planned for you...

When: Friday 20 October, 7pm till late

Where: The Great Hall, Exeter University

Drinks reception and three course meal

Silent Auction and Live Auction

Live music from:

The Locked Horns


Tickets: £45 before 31 August - £55 from 1 September

Buy your tickets now at our great early bird rate! Phone us on 01392 202092, pop into our centre at138 Cowick Street or email

Last year's event was a fun and fabulous occasion with great music, great atmosphere and successfully raised over £4,500 to support our vital services for older people across Exeter. Thank you to all our sponsors and guests! 

We really hope you'll join us for this year's celebration - it's the perfect excuse to don your glad rags and dance the night away, knowing you're supporting a vital local charity... and having a great time of course!

Watch this space for more details coming soon.

If you need more information or are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Jacqui Cornish by email: or phone: 01392 202092.

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