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About LSE Chill

Are you a budding musician? Are you in a group looking for somewhere to perform? Do you want the opportunity to perform at LSE?

LSE Arts is pleased to provide an opportunity for students, staff and alumni to do just that. LSE Chill is a open performing session held on the last Friday of every month (in term time). Limited amount of free nibbles and drinks - get there quick!

We're looking for acts to perform for each session. You could be a singer, be part of a team who perform, do stand up comedy, anything goes really! If you are interested in performing, please email| with your name and details of your act.

LSE Chill is generously supported by the LSE Annual Fund|.

Next Session: Friday 28 November, 6-8pm 

The next LSE Chill will be in the New Academic Building, in ground floor Café 54.  

6-6.30pm: David D'Auria
Dave D'Auria is a singer and songwriter from Hartford, Connecticut, USA. He's a classically trained singer, occasional stage actor and former member of several jazz and rock bands. His original music mixes traditional guitar-and-piano pop music with hints of American show music, jazz, blues and light rock.
6.45-7.15pm: Alanna Hoffman 

Alanna is a singer, songwriter from Lincoln, Nebraska.  She has been playing guitar and writing and performing her music off and on since she was 16.  Her sound is a mix of acoustic, folk mixed with Americana roots.

7.30-8pm: The Funktionalists

The Funktionalists have been playing - Salsa, Cumbia, and some rock and jazz – since we formed in 2010. We are anthropologists, based in (or affiliated to) the LSE’s department.

If you're interested in performing in an upcoming Chill, email| with details of your act.

Future Chill nights:

  • 30 January
  • 20 February
  • 13 March
  • 29 May