Emeralds & Ivy Ball
Emeralds & Ivy Ball 2023
Date: Winter 2023; Exact date to be announced
Tables of 10 available to book. Please get in touch for more information.
The Emeralds & Ivy Ball is Cancer Research UK’s flagship fundraising gala celebrating our long-standing partnership with the Keating family and the Marie Keating Foundation. The annual ball, which has just celebrated its 15th anniversary, is a fabulous evening of glamour and world-class entertainment. Hosted by Ronan & Storm Keating, alongside other celebrity performers, it features dazzling performances and sumptuous fine dining.
Each year, 350 personally invited VIP guests join Ronan & Storm to raise funds for Cancer Research UK’s Cancer Awareness Roadshow. Previous celebrity guests include Sir Chris Hoy, Rod Stewart, Gordon Ramsey, Zara and Mike Tindall, Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard and Abby Clancy, to name a few.
We are delighted to announce that the Emeralds & Ivy Ball will be returning to London in Winter 2023, with the date and location to be announced shortly.
Tables of ten cost £10,000.
Limited individual tickets available at cost of £1,000 each.
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Emeralds & Ivy Ball 2022
In 2022, guests attending the Emeralds & Ivy Ball were transported to 1970s New York and the flamboyant, disco party scene of the nightclub, Studio 54. Upon arrival to Old Billingsgate, guests enjoyed a champagne reception courtesy of Pol Roger, a fabulous three-course meal, the chance to win exclusive prizes, and truly unforgettable performances from musical theatre star Alfie Boe, the wonderful Aston Merrygold and of course, Ronan Keating himself.
Thanks to the incredible generosity of our sponsors and guests, the Emeralds & Ivy Ball 2022 raised an incredible £708,500 for our Cancer Awareness Roadshow, which took the accumulative fundraising total of the Emeralds & Ivy Ball to over £11million, since its inception in 2006. This tremendous success means we’ll be able to educate even more people on the steps they can take to reduce their cancer risk and increase their chance of receiving an early diagnosis.
We’ve had over 750,000 visitors to our Roadshow Units since we began in 2006, many of whom have gone away and taken important steps like speaking to their GP or taking a cancer screening test. In 2022, the Roadshow has travelled to 123 locations in the areas we’re needed most, and our nurses have welcomed 48,528 visitors.
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Marie Keating Foundation
Following their mother Marie's death from breast cancer in 1998, the Keating family promised to try to provide all women and their families with vital information which could help them to prevent cancer or detect it at its earliest stages.
Their collective aim is "making cancer less frightening by enlightening".
Cancer Research Awareness Roadshow
The Cancer Awareness Roadshow is on the road to beating cancer in the area's where we're most needed.
The roadshow is made up of four teams of nurses who travel to the most deprived areas of the UK, speaking to the public about ways to reduce their risk of cancer. Since 2006, we've been able to explain the importance of early diagnosis and healthy lifestyle changed to more than 500,000 people through our Roadshow Units.