The Politics Ball

Our annual Politics Ball takes place every March/April.  The event was established in 2016 and has since grown to become a regular fixture on the Society Calendar. Every year, the venue is decided by the Politics Committee. This is a Black Tie event and students are treated to a champagne reception, followed by entertainment, a three course meal and a night out. Furthermore, lecturers are in attendance, allowing students to mingle with members of staff in a relaxed setting.

Politics Ball IV - 15th March 2019

Our annual ball for 2019 saw our members and the lovely lecturers turn out in Maquerade style! The theme was a huge success and saw a wide array of masks fill the Portland House ball room! This year we also had access to the Vaults for an afterparty and extra people adding to the atmosphere in the evening too! We had a fantastic Jazz band from the University's Jazz Soc and we also introduced a photobooth too which was hugley popular!! 

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Politics Ball III- 17th April 2018.

This Ball witnessed a huge increase in those attending, with 241 students venturing down the Bay to Portland House. This year was a themed Ball: 'An Evening in Mone Carlo', with Poker being the main entertainment for the Evening. Students were also greeted to entertainment from the University's Jazz Society and Photography. Following the three course meal was a night out in Revolution once again. 

Politics Ball II- 28th March 2017

This was the first year the Politics Society ran the Ball without collaboration with other societies. The Ball was a success: 117 Politics Students and Staff attended the Ball, which was hosted in Jury's Inn Hotel, Cardiff. Students were greeted to a champagne reception and a three course meal of their choosing. The entertainment for the night included a Magician, Jazz Band and photography. This was followed by a night out to Revolution in Cardiff. 

Politics Ball I- 14th April 2016

This was the first ever Politics Ball, jointly hosted with the Philosophy Society. This Ball took place in the Great Hall of the National Museum. Guests were treated to a three course meal, photography and a night out to Soda. 

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