Chris Martin Registered User
#1

Where's it on, and what time!
And to clarify, it's a Black Tie event yes?

Bored Accountant Registered User
#2

Chris Martin said:
Where's it on, and what time!
And to clarify, it's a Black Tie event yes?



Its on out in the radisson. Busses leaving from the Stables arch at 6.30 & 7.00.

I don't think its strictly Black Tie, as in alot of people just wear a suit to it.

Nockz Registered User
#3

Formal attire. Not strictly Black Tie.

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Chris Martin Registered User
#4

Cheers lads

Junco Partner Registered User
#5

The tickets are so pretty.

so not strictly black tie? so if i came with a blue tie i'd be alright.? like matching ties/dresses at school debs.

Syconawt Registered User
#6

f0ggy92 said:
so not strictly black tie? so if i came with a blue tie i'd be alright.?


Jesus christ, I hope it will be, I'm wearing a silver tie!

Polar Ice Registered User
#7

f0ggy92 said:
like matching ties/dresses at school debs.


Ha!

OhMSGlive said:
Jesus christ, I hope it will be, I'm wearing a silver tie!


Haha!

/the above was a productive post!

Junco Partner Registered User
#8

eanna we'll go the whole hog and get dumb and dumber tuxes, top hats and canes too.

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CJKeane Registered User
#9

Not strictly black tie.
This'll be my third one in which I have worn my own suit.

Chris Martin Registered User
#10

Bought a suit today,
Foreseeing the possibility of future balls,
And got a Black Tie as well,
Because you never know...

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Chris Martin Registered User
#11

Quoting Paul Lee:
"It is a black tie event so anyone turning up in jeans/runners will NOT be allowed in and Ents Crew have been instructed as such"

Fcuk yes...

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roro1neil0 Registered User
#12

Paul Lee doesn't know what the term 'black tie' means. The C&S ball is formal, not strictly black tie.

Ginge Young Registered User
#13

roro1neil0 said:
Paul Lee doesn't know what the term 'black tie' means. The C&S ball is formal, not strictly black tie.


As far as I am aware they want it to be black tie, it's just they understand not every student might have a tux, but probably have a suit.

SarahBeep! Registered User
#14

Chris Martin said:
Quoting Paul Lee:
"It is a black tie event so anyone turning up in jeans/runners will NOT be allowed in and Ents Crew have been instructed as such"

Fcuk yes...


Delighted when I saw that yesterday evening!!
Cons/Vans/whatever can look great with a suit.....but save that for your debs/cousins wedding/whatever

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Chris Martin Registered User
#15

Just saw drink promos now,
Looks like if I do decide to drink,
It'll be Tennants for the night...
Or house wine

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