Scandalous Tales at Epilepsy Night Out in Glasgow

Forget Hello and Ok magazine.  For sensational stories on Thursday 26 April come to Epilepsy Scotland’s Glasgow Wags gala dinner in the Grand Central Hotel at 7pm.

Guest speakers for this year’s infamous fundraising event include former Rangers director of football Gordon Smith, past Glasgow City Council leader Steven Purcell, sports journalist and TV presenter, Alison Walker and Scottish solicitor Ricky Hutchison.  Hosting the ‘It’s a scandal’ themed competition between four speakers is Radio Forth DJ, columnist and actor Grant Stott.  The 300 strong audience will decide which shocking tales are hilarious enough to win the 15th Wags trophy prize.

Individual tickets to this once in a lifetime occasion cost £65 with table discounts available.  Not only will the night flow with wine, gossip, laughs and the chance of a bargain but one lucky person will buy a £10 safe key that opens the door to the latest iPad2 worth over £400, donated by East Kilbride- based IT firm Clicknetworks.

Chief Executive Lesslie Young said: “For the record, this is the must-have ticket of the social season.  We guarantee an entertaining evening for all newcomers and those many generous people who return year on year to support our work. This is the place to be if you want to hear what makes the headlines.”  


Notes to editor

  1. Epilepsy Scotland works with people affected by epilepsy to ensure that their voice is heard.  We campaign for improved healthcare, better information provision and an end to stigma.  This common serious neurological condition affects one in 97 people.  We represent over 54,000 people living in Scotland with epilepsy, their families and carers.  Our freephone Helpline (0808 800 2200) offers support and information, or try, text 07786 209501, find us on twitter @epilepsy_scot twitter or facebook or visit: For more details about guest speakers, advertising or sponsorship, please contact: Helen Craig, Fundraiser on 0141 427 4911 or Allana Parker, Public Affairs Officer on: 0141 419 1701 or 07884 012 147.

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