Celebrities, survivors and supporters will take to the dance floor to raise funds for Breast Cancer Ireland this winter.

 

It will be strictly fun this November as a host of well-known personalities take to the dance floor at the Convention Centre, Dublin for the third Strictly Against Breast Cancer event, to raise funds for Breast Cancer Ireland. 

 

Taking place on Saturday, 21st November, over 1,000 guests will enjoy a gala evening of fun and entertainment as Norah Casey, Elaine Crowley, Tommy Martin, Shane Byrne, George McMahon, Jenny Dixon, Deric Ó h'Artagáin, Helen Curran and David Crowley are partnered with supporters and survivors to dance their socks off in front of an esteemed panel of judges.

 

 

In preparation of the event, each of the participants will spend the next few weeks being put through a rigorous regime of dance classes by a team of professional choreographers.

 

Guests from the world of entertainment and the community will gather on the pink carpet at the Convention Centre to experience this spectacle of glamour and expertise, while enjoying a fabulous gala dinner and the opportunity to dance on into the small hours.

 

Tickets, which include a four course meal including complimentary wines, the dance competition itself, entertainment by the Sugar Cubes and automatic entry into a valuable prize draw on the night, are on sale at €150 per person at www.breastcancerireland.com.

 

Dress Code: Strictly black tie.

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