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Double Blue Ball 2017 – Broadway Classics: Wesley College dinner dance

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Double Blue Ball 2017 – Broadway Classics, the annual dinner dance of Wesley College Colombo organised by Old Wesleyites Sports Club and Old Boys Union of the college, was held at the Oak Room, Cinnamon Grand, Colombo on 21 October. The dance was attended by old boys with their families and friends, many flying down from various countries. The event was sold out one month before the tickets were printed and close to 500 attended this glamorous themed event with 1920 styled dress and décor. D Zone and Wild Fire provided the music while Trishma Pinto handled the compering – Pix Samantha Perera

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