Keble hosts one of Oxfords largest black-tie balls at the beginning of Trinity Term every year, and it has the reputation throughout Oxford of being one of the best, if not the best black tie balls in the city.
Whilst not strictly a society the entire event is organised by students, from managing the budget to organising performers, food and security there are typically over 20 Keble students involved each year from across years.
Applications to join committee will open in Michaelmas term so keep an eye on the noticeboard and your emails as joining the committee is not only great fun, it also a cost-effective way of attending the ball.
In the past years Keble Ball has gathered a reputation as being one of the most popular events on the Oxford Social Calendar. Every year, the Ball is pieced together by a small but dedicated team of Keble students, and once again, we are on the lookout for creative and zealous individuals to join us.
We need you, the Fresher, to be ambitious but methodical, wacky but logical, and above all, to have a genuine interest in mass-production of fun for others.
Working on The Ball Committee comes with a plethora of perks:
You will receive three free tickets to Keble Ball, along with a free ticket (with the rest of the committee) to a Cambridge college ball and a ticket to the Committee dinner in Michaelmas.
If you’re still trying to work out what Keble Ball actually is, then look no further than our video from 2016.
Interviews will be conducted during 1st week Michaelmas. If you have any question about what a particular role entails, don’t hesitate to email email@example.com