“TOUCH of TEAL” Glitter Gala


You are cordially invited to attend the inaugural “Touch of Teal” Glitter Gala on Saturday, September 9th at the May Fair Hotel. Tickets can be purchased via this link:


“Touch of Teal” Glitter Gala – The first dinner dance from the T.W.O. team, continuing to raise awareness about Ovarian Cancer and its symptoms. Why Teal? Well Teal is the international colour for ovarian cancer awareness. Why Glitter? Well, why not?

All proceeds from this event will be donated equally to the following charities:- Ovacome, Ovarian Cancer Action, Penny Brohn UK, The Royal Marsden Hospital & Target Ovarian Cancer

Live entertainment

Fashion show where all our models have had a diagnosis of ovarian cancer. Some models are in remission while others are living with ovarian cancer.

DressCode: Black Tie (with a touch of teal or a splash of glitter)


Guests will be seated at tables of 12. Anyone purchasing 12 tickets can have the table named after them by emailing info@teawithovacome.org.

Event Schedule

6:30pm – 7:30pm – Champagne Reception in The Atrium

7:30 pm – The Danziger Suite

Dinner will be 3 courses accompanied by half bottle of wine per person followed by tea or coffee with petit fours

Key Note Speakers

Fashion Show, Raffle, Auction, Live Entertainment

Then dance the night away to music provided by our wonderful D.J.

Auction prizes

Including: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast at the May Fair Hotel, 3 bottles of Rare Blend Rum, Caribbean Meal for 6 cooked in your own home by our celebrity chef.

Please bring your cheque book, cards and cash to the event so that you can take home your auction items on the day. This will also enable the funds to get to the charities as soon as possible.

About Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is the second most common gynaecological cancer in the UK. Every year, 7000 women in the UK will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and almost 5000 will die of it. This makes ovarian cancer a deadly disease and one of the key reasons for this is because most cases are diagnosed in the late stages.

When diagnosed at the early stages, there is a 90% 5 year survival rate. However, late diagnosis means that only about 20 % of women survive for 5 years. This is why it is so important that we raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer.

Event Beneficiaries

For more information on each event beneficiary, please go to their individual websites listed below.

Ovacome – http://www.ovacome.org.uk

Ovarian Cancer Action – http://www.ovarian.org.uk

Penny Brohn UK – http://www.pennybrohn.org.uk

The Royal Marsden Hospital – http://www.royalmarsden.org

Target Ovarian Cancer – http://www.targetovariancancer.org.uk