Star-studded ‘Collars & Coats’ Ball Returns For Eighth Year

Supermodel David Gandy. Photo by David Baird

Supermodel David Gandy. Photo by David Baird

 

Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s annual Collars & Coats Gala Ball, proudly supported by Vitabiotics SuperDog, returns for its eighth year on Thursday 3rd November 2016.

Taking place at Evolution, an exclusive venue set in the grounds of Battersea Park, this night of entertainment and glamour brings together the biggest names from stage, screen, sport, and fashion to celebrate and support the animal charity’s vital work caring for lost and abandoned dogs and cats.

For one very special night each year, guests experience one of the best red carpet events in the world, welcomed by dozens of the charity’s rescue dogs in Battersea’s world-famous Doggy ‘Guard of Honour’.

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This year’s stellar star line-up will see much-loved entertainers, acting greats, and global fashion icons treading the red carpet, which boasts the Guard of Honour comprising some of the Home’s 400 rescued canine residents.

Amanda Holden and Paul O'Grady. Photo by David Baird

Amanda Holden and Paul O’Grady. Photo by David Baird

Iconic music group, Sister Sledge, are to headline the Collars & Coats Gala Ball, bringing their legendary hits – Lost In Music, He’s The Greatest Dancer, We Are Family, Rise and Shine, as well as performing to their new single Woman are the Music of the World which has become an anthem for women and girl empowerment – to the event. The fabulous trio of Debbie, Kim, and Joni Sledge will lead a dazzling line up of entertainment.

Other stars attending include David Gandy, Paul O’Grady, Danielle Bux, Dame Jacqueline Wilson, Craig Revel Horwood, Dr Christian Jessen, Hilary Alexander, Chris Packham, Guy Henry, and many more.

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