Meadowhall 25th Birthday Celebration

1st September 2015

The night is set to be one of the biggest nights in the city's annual calendar and will bring together Meadowhall suppliers, retailers and the Meadowhall team, all of which contribute to the Centre's success both past, present and looking to the future.

You will arrive at this prestigious venue via a red carpet, mingle with a glass of fizz, before enjoying a 3 course meal and a few drinks. The celebration will consist of live entertainment, rewarding our Centre's most loved retailers plus a few special surprises on the night to mark the occasion. The night then moves up another gear with a live band and dancing late into the night/early morning. For those who can still stand, join us at our after party at Napoleons Casino along with complimentary chips (the gambling type). Tickets: £85 per person, or book a table of 10 for £850, wine included. Dress Code: black tie After Party: A free drink and £5 chip at Napoleons Casino Ecclesall Road for every guest. To purchase tickets please contact the Meadowhall Retail Team on 0114 2354536 or

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