Strictly Movies Glasgow

  • The Lomond Suite @ Hampden Park, Letherby Drive, Glasgow, G42 9BA
  • 23 March 2024 7pm – 1am
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    Get ready to dance

    Put on your dancing shoes and help the fight for fairer housing at our Strictly Movies Glasgow black-tie event.

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    What to expect

    Ticket holders will enjoy an amazing evening: red carpet, a glass of prosecco upon arrival and a 3 course dinner. A dance competition will follow dinner.

    After the winners' presentation, there will be a chance for everyone to take to the floor with a disco until 1am.

    Contestants for the dance competition have been chosen, rehearsals have started and the excitement is building.  We have 8 fantastic supporters matched to experienced dancers who will be learning a dance to their favourite movie tune.

    Group bookings

    Want to make a group booking? A table for 10 is priced at £700, and includes VIP red carpet arrival, a glass of prosecco, and a delicious 3 course set menu.

    Book a group table on the trybooking website.

    Sponsorship

    Sponsorship opportunities for businesses are available for this event. These start from £100 for a small advert in the evening's programme.

    Please contact the community fundraising team at communityscotland@shelter.org.uk to discuss an option that suits your budget.

    We can't fight homelessness without your help

    Want to challenge yourself for Shelter Scotland? Take a look at all our challengesruns and options if you want to organise your own event.

    When you take part in an event for Shelter Scotland, you're joining us in defending the right to a safe home.

    Whether you run, dance, walk miles in your kilt or crawl through mud, every pound you raise helps us to fight the housing emergency.

    Thanks to fundraisers like you, in 2022/23 almost 17,000 people got advice through our helpline and webchat services, and our online advice pages were visited over one million times.

    Together we can continue to create long-term change and fight the devastating impact the housing emergency has on people and society.

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