Emeralds & Ivy Ball

Ronan and Storm Keating stand on stage at the 2019 Emeralds & Ivy Ball. He is wearing a black tux and she a white evening gown.

Emeralds & Ivy Ball 2022

Date: Saturday 19 November 2022

Venue: Old Billingsgate, London

Tables of 10 available to book. Please get in touch for more information.

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We’re delighted to announce the Emeralds & Ivy Ball will be returning to Old Billingsgate on Saturday 19 November 2022.

Join us for a fabulous evening of world-class entertainment, glamour and fine dining. Hosted by Ronan and Storm Keating, the ball brings together 350 VIP guests for an unforgettable night. Guests will enjoy a champagne reception, followed by a three-course meal and exclusive live musical performances. There will be amazing fundraising opportunities throughout the evening, including a luxury raffle and Live and Silent auctions with a range of incredible prizes and experiences to be won.

For more information, please contact special.events@cancer.org.uk

Emeralds & Ivy 2021

The Emeralds & Ivy Ball made its return on Saturday 11th December 2021 after a two-year break, and guests enjoyed a glamorous night of entertainment and fine dining at Old Billingsgate, London.

Hosted by Ronan and Storm Keating and TV presenter Alex Jones, the spectacular event was centred around a Roaring Twenties theme. Guests enjoyed a Pol Roger champagne reception, a sumptuous three-course meal and a musical performance. Guests also had the opportunity to bid for money can’t buy prizes in our live and silent auctions.

The ball raised a staggering £882,000 thanks to our generous supporters and partners, which supports funding our Cancer Awareness Roadshow and hubs.

Support for you

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.