COCKTAILS will flow in a glittering girls-only fundraiser at Maggie's Gartnavel in Glasgow's West End next month.
The cancer care centre will host a womens' pamper night on August 10.
Top singer Mark Long and magician Ryan Davidson will entertain.
The event is part of a fundraising drive by Team Matinee, who are taking part in this year's Glasgow Night Hike in aid of Maggie's.
Team leader is one of the charity's community fundraisers, Libby Emmerson, who lost her friend Lisa Morrison to cancer earlier this year.
Lisa, 34, of Balfron, near Stirling had cervical cancer and visited Maggie's Gatehouse at the Western Infirmary.
Evening Times readers helped raise around £1.2million to build the centre in 2002.
The event starts at 6pm and will run until 10pm.
The £10 ticket includes a cocktail on arrival and discounted pamper treatments.
E-mail elizabeth. emmerson@maggies centres.org or call 0141 330 9791 to book your place.
The Maggie's Glasgow Night Hike, of which the Evening Times is media partner, will take place on September 7.
The 10-mile route, which includes exclusive access to some of Glasgow's most exciting buildings, starts at the Riverside Museum and ends at Maggie's Gartnavel.
Meanwhile, Maggie's Gartnavel has been shortlisted for the most coveted prize in British architecture - the Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize.
Designed by renowned architect Rem Koolhaas of OMA Architects the centre, which opened last October, has already been nominated for a British Design Award.
For more visit www.maggiescentres.org