Event in association with Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland to raise funds and awareness for brain tumour patients

Dr. Amanda Tivnan, an Irish Cancer Society Senior Research Fellow, at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), is holding a masquerade ball in aid of Brain Tumour Ireland, on Friday 24th October, in The Osprey Hotel Naas.

Dr. Tivnan, conducts vital research into an extremely aggressive type of brain cancer called glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).

Tickets for the ball are extremely reasonable; individually priced at €50 per person to include a 3 course meal and entertainment by The Hit Connection band and DJ. Tables of ten will be sold at the discount price of €450.

Tickets can be purchased by emailing amandativnan@rcsi.ie.

There are many great raffle prizes up for grabs on the night including overnight hotel stays, pamper packages, gym memberships and much more. We are delighted to have broadcaster and DJ Mr. Tom Dunne on hand to act as MC for the evening.

For full information on the event you can click on our event poster here.