Prepare to be impressed at the Kytherian Association of Australia’s annual Debutante Ball

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It’s that time of the year again where some of the Kytherian Association of Australia’s (KAA) young females are preparing for their public debut at the annual Debutante Ball.

Held on Saturday, May 13 at the Australian Turf Club, Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney from 7pm, the Debutante Ball will see young females in sparkly, white dresses “officially introduced” to society.

On the night, attendees will be treated to a sit-down three course meal and a number of dancing performances by the debutantes and their selected partners.

Last year’s Debutante Ball.

There will also be speeches by VIP guests in attendance, including the Guest of Honour and Consul General of Greece in Sydney, Ioannis Mallikourtis.

Tickets are $250 and the dress code is black tie.

Event details:

  • Saturday, May 13, 2023.
  • Australian Turf Club, Royal Randwick.
  • Seated by 7pm.
  • Ticket price: $250.
  • Black tie.
  • For enquiries contact, Kathy Samios on 0410 491 849 or Esther Calligeros on 0419 291 639.

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