Tickets sales for 2019 May Ball open 10 February

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08/02/2019
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"Upbeat music, lavish food, unquenchable drinks but first and foremost: an unforgettable party."

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This year's May Ball has a lot to live up to following the success of last year's Valhalla. But the committee, under the direction of May Ball President Ruben Nijk, is determined to create an equally exciting and entertaining event.

Ticket sales open at 12.00 on Sunday 10 February via the May Ball website.

Note that there will be a limited number of discounted Early Bird tickets for £89 only, exclusively for Wolfson students. So be quick and don’t miss out on this benefit!

Standard tickets will cost £99.

VIP tickets, which offer early access, a champagne reception and a special musical treat, will cost £119.

A limited number of 25% off Bursary Tickets will be available for bursary holders at £75.

What's on

Barton House Garden by Fiona Gilsenan

National Garden Scheme Open Garden

31/08/2019 at 13.00

Head Gardener Phil invites visitors to enjoy the garden as part of the National Garden Scheme Open Days.

Dr Steve Evans

Wolfson in Bangladesh

02/09/2019 at 10.00

Wolfson Fellow Steve Evans is visiting Dhaka from 2nd - 5th September and will be taking the opportunity to engage with Wolfson College alumni in the area. 

Sue Swaffield

Wolfson in Hamburg

02/09/2019 at 19.00

Wolfson Fellow Sue Swaffield will be visiting Hamburg in early September and would be delighted to meet with alumni in the local area. 

 

Ken Cheng comedy

Out-of-Term Howler with Ken Cheng

02/09/2019 at 20.00

It's the first ever out-of-term Howler and we're craving some comedy!
 

Henry Moore Gardens

Emeritus Fellows Trip - Henry Moore Studios & Gardens

11/09/2019 at 10.00

You are cordially invited to the next excursion organised by the College Society of Emeritus Fellows. This year we have already visited the North Norfolk coast in May, Grime’s Graves and Felbrigg Hall in June and Gainsborough Old Hall in July. The next outing will be  to the Henry Moore Studios & Gardens, Perry Green, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire.