Christmas dinner & dance at SADACCA

A Christmas dinner and dance will take place at SADACCA on The Wicker on Saturday 15th December 2007. Entertainment at the event will include a jazz quintet featuring Kent Roach & Mongoose.

All bookings must be made by 3rd December 2007. Tickets cost £22 for members, £25 for non-members, or for just the dance without the dinner, £7.

The evening's celebrations will begin at 6.30pm with a glass of rum or fruit punch, and dinner will be served at 7pm sharp.

The menu involves a three-course meal, including a starter of pumpkin soup or prawns with chilli dip, a main course of turkey with stuffing, honey-roast ham or salmon with the vegetarian option being a callaloo roll, and a dessert of Christmas pudding with rum sauce or hot black cherries with ice-cream. Tea, coffee and mints will be served afterwards.

This event is a serious bargain for what's included, so be sure to book early and remember, you must book by 3rd December to reserve a place.

To buy tickets, call 0114 275 3479.

SADACCA Christmas dinner & dance
6:30pm Saturday 15 December, to 12:00am Sunday 16 December 2007

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