November 19th, 2022




Crowne Plaza Hotel, Nottingham

We’d love you to join us on Saturday 19th November to celebrate our 45th anniversary in style, and party the night away in the heart of Nottingham at our favourite ball venue, the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

It’s been three long years, but we’ll make sure it’s been worth the wait. We’re going to have a good time; we’re going to have a party. So, get your tickets in, your glad rags out, and get ready for glitz, glam, and good times.

Everyone over 18 is welcome – individuals, couples, corporates, groups of any size.

Sounds fantastic. How do I get a ticket to the best ball in town?

Tickets are £70 each (plus a £1.50 booking fee).


Hosted by Smooth FM presenter Gareth Evans, you’ll be greeted with fizz on arrival, followed by a sumptuous three-course dinner, tip-top live music, and a DJ guaranteed to get you in the mood for dancin’.

You’ll also be in with a chance of winning top-quality prizes in the draw, and bidding on some breath-taking, one-off lots in the legendary PASIC auction.

Why not get a bunch of friends together and make up a table of 10?  But don’t delay in getting yourself a ticket as we expect this popular event to sell out.

Dress code:  Dress in style! Suits, black tie, gowns long and short!

Please note this event is 18+

We can’t wait. And neither can young people with cancer.

If you’ve been before, you’ll know that our fundraising balls help raise much needed money to make life better for young people with childhood cancer, a devastating diagnosis.

Our last ball raised over £20,000. With your help, we’re hoping to beat that this year.


If you’re booking on behalf of a business, we can arrange payment by invoice (please email mail@pasic.org.uk for more information).

And if you’re involved in a business and would like more information about supporting the PASIC Ball through sponsorship, tickets for corporates, or perhaps have pro bono support you can offer, please visit our corporate supporter page, or email mail@pasic.org.uk.

People at the last PASIC ball