Few Seats Left: St Andrew's Ball In Budapest, 1 December

  • 15 Nov 2018 4:39 PM
Few Seats Left: St Andrew's Ball In Budapest, 1 December
You're warmly invited to join in the celebration of St. Andrew's Day at the Budapest Marriott Hotel, the guest speaker is HMA HE Iain Lindsay OBE. It's sure to be another great Scottish gala in Hungary, with fine food, seriously nice whisky, live entertainment, Ceilidh dancing, a charity auction, and some stuffed cabbage.

Dress Code: formal

Price / person: HUF 22.500 

Gala Schedule:
18:30 Registration and welcome drinks
19:00 'Pipers Welcome' followed by opening speech
19:15 Three course gala dinner accompanied by wine, beer and whisky
- The Edinburgh Academy Pipers will play during dinner.
20:30 - 22:30 Famous 'Double Scotch' Ceilidh Band followed by tombola and live auction for fantastic items, with all the proceeds going to worthwhile charities.
23:00 - 01:00 Live music by 'Babel Rock'
There will also be a break just after midnight for bacon rolls and stuffed cabbage.

Reserve your seat by contacting the organisers via SaintAndrews2018@gmail.com

Secure your seat by making a payment of HUF 22,500 per person to:
Erste Bank - St Andrews Egyesulet
(Add your name as reference)
Once organisers receive the fee for the event you'll get a confirmation e-mail.

Looking forward to celebrating with you!
St Andrew's Association Magyarország

Related links

St Andrews Ball, Marriott Hotel Budapest, 25 November

Blue & White Coloured Chain Bridge In Budapest To Celebrate St Andrew’s Day

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