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Tickets costs £15, which includes a pot of playing money and a hot meal. Tickets must be purchased in advance!
The Casino Night Fundraiser will be on Saturday 23rd April 2016. Doors will open at 7:30pm and the games will begin at 8:00pm.
There will be a delicious hot pasta meal halfway through the evening. There is also a cash bar open serving a selection of alcohol and soft drinks throughout the night.
The player with the highest amount of play money at the end of the night will win a great prize! Winners will be announced at 10:30pm.
The dress code is black tie, or anything that makes you feel smart and glamourous.
The Casino Night will be held at the Kennington Village Hall in Kennington, Oxford. The full address is Kennington Village Hall, Kennington Rd, Kennington, Oxford OX1 5PG. Find Kennington Village Hall on Google Maps.
These is ample parking space around the village hall.
You can jump on the number 35 bus in Oxford.
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