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Kellogg College Ball 2016

Kellogg College is the largest and most international graduate
college within the University of Oxford. Following last year’s
special ‘Around the World in 25 Years’ ball, which marked 25
years since the college’s foundation, we continue the
international theme, albeit with a more romantic tone.

The tragic tale of Byron’s The Corsair was famously adapted by
Marius Petipa for the Imperial Ballet of St. Petersburg in the
19th century. The colourful story of Le Corsaire (featuring
pirates, Ottoman harems, feuds, shipwrecks, odalisques, rescues
and more), makes regular appearances in ballet repertoire. This
year it is the theme for the Kellogg College Ball.

More information here


Tickets will be available online, through
this website in the first week of May.
Current students, Fellows, and
Alumni may purchase two guest tickets.

Current Kellogg Students: £65
All Other Attendees: £70

Tickets have now sold out. Please
contact to
join the waiting list. Please include
the number of tickets required, names
for the tickets as well as a contact
number. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee
the availability of any further tickets.


Hearty hardtack and grim grog will be
enhanced by ravishing relishes and
simmering spices. Champagne will
welcome all guests, whether landlubbers
or boatswains. Kellogg's chefs have
scoured the seven seas to supply a
sumptuous smorgasbord of savoury
sensations. All food and drinks are
included in the ticket price.


There will be no shortage of jigs and sea
shanties for gunners and powder monkeys;
but those who aspire to be prima ballerinas
assoluta or be abducted from the seraglio
will also be catered for. Festivities will
feature a performance of passages from Le
, which remain among classical
ballet’s most famous and performed excerpts.
The night will be filled bands to suit
everyone’s taste, including a performance
from Oxford’s favourite acapella group Out of
the Blue
. Finally, once again, guests will
be able to greet the rosy-fingered dawn with
Kellogg’s legendary silent disco.


There will, of course, be no parking available
on the college site, and there will be only
limited spaces available in nearby streets.
There are several car parks in Oxford;
information is available here. The nearest
public car park to the College is Gloucester
Green Car Park. Guests with particular
access requirements should contact

Kellogg College has a strict non-smoking
policy, and smoking will not be permitted
within the College grounds.


Kellogg College Ball is a traditional social
highlight of the academic year at Oxford, but
also a valuable opportunity to promote your
products and engage with potential recruits
at the time when employment decisions are

For more information on sponsorship
opportunities please click here or
contact us for more information.