It was that time of year again, the Spectrum Black Tie Ball, one of our most looked forward to nights of the year!
As always, our venue and hosts were the brilliant Hilton Cambridge City Centre, where Richard and his team looked after us impeccably. Our guests arrived to welcome drinks from Pinkster Gin before being seated for a delightful three-course meal from the Hilton Team, accompanied by the beautiful sounds of the Harp by Rosie Scott, principal harpist of the National Youth Orchestra.
We were treated to exceptional entertainment throughout the night as the fantastic Luke Clough joined us again to bewilder our guests with his magic, alongside the intricate and rapid skills of silhouettist Charles Burns, the Roving Artist.
Vicky Jackson took to the stage again by popular demand as our live music for the night with her Pink tribute act. A huge thanks as always to Rob Simpson for his fantastic photography throughout the night.
Another wonderful night and a fantastic memory to add to the collection. Thank you so much to everyone that joined us for the evening and supported our work with families of children with Autism, additional needs and disabilities.
We look forward to you joining us again for the Black Tie Ball 2023 as we take on a Vintage theme and are joined by The Knightingales, DJ Josh Lovatt and Luke Clough!
Photography: Rob Simpson