Charity Ball for Newcastle Pride

Graham Robson May 31, 2016

Northern Pride, who organise the LGBT festival, Newcastle Pride, host black tie ball at The Beacon, Newcastle on Thursday June 16.

Lorraine Crosby
Lorraine Crosby

The glittering evening, will run from 7pm until midnight, and feature a live performance from North East singer Lorraine Crosby, aka Mrs Loud, who is best known for her vocals on Meatloaf’s smash hit single, I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That).

Guests at the event, supported by The Beacon and 1879 Events Management, will enjoy a complimentary welcome drink, mouth-watering three – meal and the chance to win a host of prizes in a raffle and auction.

Proceeds from the Northern Pride Black Tie Ball will be used to help Newcastle Pride remain free to attend, cementing its status as one of the biggest free festivals in the UK.

Mark Nichols
Mark Nichols

Mark Nichols, Chair of Northern Pride, said: “Newcastle Pride is a huge event, drawing in visitors from across the UK and further afield. 

“We simply wouldn’t be able to put on an event of this scale without the continued support of our sponsors and fundraisers and the Black Tie Ball is an ideal opportunity for more people to get involved.” 

Tickets for the Northern Pride Black Tie Ball, are priced at £28 per person or £250 for a table of £10.

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