A Titanic-themed event in Faringdon has raised hundreds of pounds for charity.

The soirée, which saw The Old Crown Coaching Inn decorated to replicate different decks of the Titanic, was a sell-out success, with guests enjoying a blend of history, entertainment, and fine dining.

Proceeds from each ticket sold were donated to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI).

Oxford Mail: There was a performance from a five-piece traditional Irish bandThere was a performance from a five-piece traditional Irish band (Image: The Old Crown Coaching Inn)

This resulted in a total sum of £200 being raised for the charity, which is marking 200 years of lifesaving this year.

Hotel manager Sebastian Evans said: "It was an honour for the Old Crown Coaching Inn to be able to host this special event and raise money for the RNLI as the charity marks its momentous milestone of 200 years of saving lives.

"For our Titanic-themed, sell-out sophisticated soirée we delighted distinguished guests by recreating the refined elegance of the first-class decks to the spirited atmosphere of third class.

"We ensured every detail was carefully curated for an authentic and memorable journey through history blended with elegance, entertainment and exquisite fine dining."

Guests enjoyed a three-course meal produced by the award-winning hotel’s head chef, Samuel Squires.

A pianist set the scene during dinner, while a five-piece traditional Irish band concluded the evening.

Guests brought the event to life by dressing like the characters Rose and Jack from the film Titanic.