Malthus Dinner Ticket Options

Tuesday, March 7, 2023 19:00 Guildford Harbour Hotel

The annual Malthus dinner is back! Join us for an unforgettable evening of food and fun!

What is Malthus Dinner?
A formal dinner hosted by EFSxSchool of Economics. It is a great way to meet new people and take a break from university stress!

On arrival you will be met with complimentary drinks at the reception, followed by a 3-course meal and a speech from our guest speaker: Yewande Abiose

Enjoy the rest of the night on the outdoor terrace with drinks from our private bar or capture the night with your friends at our photobooth. Skilled in Blackjack try your luck at the casino table or dance the night away with your favourite lecturer!

Each ticket includes:
• 3-course meal at a 4-star hotel
• Prosecco reception
• Guest Speaker: Yewande Abiose, Head of Partnerships at the Energy Institute
• Photobooth and Casino table
• DJ and dancefloor
• Private bar and terrace
Dress code: Black Tie/Formal

Check us out on Instagram: @malthus_uos @surreyefs_

Tickets can only be bought on and cannot be resold for more than face value and request meal will be served.

You must have a valid ID - passport/driving licence on you to purchase alcohol at the bar.

No tickets available

This information is provided for information only.

It's not possible to buy tickets for this event.

The Venue

Guildford Harbour Hotel
Guildford Harbour Hotel & Spa
3 Alexandra Terrace
High St
Guildford, GU1 3DA.

Important Information

These tickets are being sold by University of Surrey Students' Union Activities. To plan your visit, please refer to .

Additional Terms
Unless otherwise stated, this is a fundraising event for the University of Surrey Students’ Union and last entry is 11:30pm. See website for full policy details.

Any Questions?
If you have any questions about this event, please contact University of Surrey Students' Union Activities directly using the details below.

University of Surrey Students' Union Activities
+44 (0)1483 689223 

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