News & Events

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EVENTS

 

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Amber Ball 9th June 2017

We are delighted to announce that, by popular demand,  the Amber Ball 2017 will return to The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London on Friday 9th June  – and no increase in the ticket prices! Download the booking form here

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Stagebox gala performances at London's Royal Court Feb. 2017

The full Stagebox Company (London Elite Team, Leeds Elite Team, Manchester Elite Team and Leeds Training Company) will star at the highly prestigious Royal Court Theatre in 2 fully staged gala performances on Saturday 18th February and Sunday 19th February! The Royal Court Theatre has been hailed by the New York Times as “the most…

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BTRC tombola stall at the May Day Fair 2017

02/05/2016

Support the BTRC Tombola Stall at Christ Church Southgate May Day Fair. Monday 2nd May at 11am – 4pm. Come along and enjoy a traditional May Day fair – fun for all the family! Christ Church Southgate address: 1 The Green, London N14 7EG

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BTRC Christmas Celebration 2016

Over 300 people came along to the annual BTRC Celebration of Christmas  at All Saints Fulham  on the 15th December to enjoy a wonderful evening, with readings delivered with clarity and wit by guest speakers who included local thespians such as Dame Eileen Atkins, Karin Fernald, Sally Knyvette, Linda Thorson and Andrew Wincott.  The music…

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‘Walking for Gee’

17/09/2016

“Walking for Gee” – a group of friends are remembering Georgina Beadman by walking a marathon along the South Downs Way on 17th September – that’s 1 km for each year of Georgie’s life (43).

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Campaigning

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BTRC’s advocacy and campaigning activities are carried out by its trustees, patients and their families and friends, as well as members of its scientific team.

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Social Media

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Patients and their families and friends are some of our most effective and compelling advocates.  They raise awareness of the devastating effects of brain tumours and the urgent need for funding through blogs, Facebook, Twitter and other channels.

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