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19 February 2015, 7:00pm
On the 19th Febuary Winq held their second annual spring ball to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation at the fabulous Rosewood hotel.
The night was a roaring success with a charity auction full of covetable prizes and a performance by Blue, all washed down with delicious cocktails courtesy of Grey Goose. The happy guests gave generously, raising £36000 for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
The night started with a Grey Goose Le Fizz cocktail reception where viral video star Neil Francis recreated his impromptu tube station rendition of Erasure’s ‘A Little Respect’, this time on the grand stairs of the hotel. After a three-course dinner there was the chance to bid for prizes including a week’s stay at a choice of exotic locations for up to 12 people with The Hideaway Club and a private diving lesson and lunch with Olympic diver Chris Mears.
As the cocktail bar opened with four very special cocktails, four very special guys took to the stage to perform classics like All Rise and One Love alongside material from their new album Colours.