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Christmas banquet

Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/12/2014
6:30 pm - 11:30 pm


Celebrate Christmas with your fellow grads on Friday 5 December at Magdalene’s annual graduate Christmas  banquet. With a drinks reception from 6.30pm in Benson Hall, a four course meal (including cheese course and wine, or non-alcoholic alternative) in the dining hall, and singing, port and mince pies to follow, join us to send off Michaelmas term in style! Tickets go on sale from Sunday 9 November to college members (£29.75) only; guest tickets (£35) will be available from Sunday 16 November. There will be a discount applied on your college bill for those not drinking alcohol.

Book your ticket here!

Menu Christmas Banquet 2014

Smoked Salmon & Crayfish with Coriander & Cucumber Salad
Vegetarian: Mushroom & Chive Soup
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Traditional Roasted Norfolk Turkey, Natural Gravy with Chestnut Stuffing, Chipolatas, Roast Potatoes
Roasted Sirloin of Beef with Baby Mushrooms, Pancetta & Port Sauce, Roast Potatoes
Vegetarian: Butternut Squash, Spinach & Walnut Tart, Roast Potatoes

All Served with Roasted Winter Vegetables & Brussels Sprouts
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Traditional Christmas Pudding & Brandy Butter & Rum Sauce
Dark Chocolate & Orange Tart with Vanilla Cream
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Selection of Cheese with Biscuits, Grapes & Celery
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Coffee and Mince Pies

Not drinking?
Tickets are available at a reduced price (£25.50 members; £31 guests) for those who do not wish to drink on the night. Local single variety apple juices and further non-alcoholic options will be available both at the drinks reception prior to dinner, and during the meal itself.
Please note that the College has stipulated the following requirements for those who do not wish to consume alcohol:

  1. The students must be named in advance if they are not drinking alcohol in order to be eligible for the discount (to be applied on the College bill).
  2. Students cannot change their minds on the night, if they do or not wish to drink.
  3. College staff will be checking to verify that students who have selected the non-alcoholic option are indeed not drinking on the night.