LSE Chill

About LSE Chill Performance Night

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

LSE Chill is a free performance night hosted by LSE Arts at Cafe 54, New Academic Building, on the last Friday of every month (in term time). 

Not a performer? Come along and enjoy the free night of live music with limited free drinks and snacks.

The next LSE Chill is on Friday 27 November from 6pm

The run-down and our performers of the night: 

6-6.25 Alex Leung and Laine Caruzca 

Our musical ('Auburn: The Musical') is about a girl with a stutter who has a dream of becoming a singer. The songs are all about the struggles of finding yourself and fighting for you dreams. Alex & Laine have composed and written all the songs together and we want to promote our musical's music on the night!

6.30-6.55Sophie d’Arcangelo and Eleanor Carpigo

E. Sophie d'Arcangelo and Eleanor Carpigo, two school mates who used to perform during high school and met again at university have decided to perform again! They will be playing 'Lay me Down' by Sam Smith, 'Hello' by Adele and 'Imagine' by John Lennon. 

7-7.10 Turhan Sidiq 

Singing a cover of apologise by One Republic with guitar accompaniment 

7.20-7.50 Demas Koh 

A pop singer who has sung in choruses, open mic nights and other concerts, and has received a lot of likes on his singing posts on social media, Demas will perform a variety of pop renditions by Adele and Kelly Clarkson, and a little Christmas carol bonus. 

Join us again for the following dates:

Friday 27 November 2015

Friday 29 January 2016

Friday 19 February 2016

Friday 18 March 2016

Friday 27 May 2016

Interested in performing at an upcoming Chill? Get in touch!

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

Check out some of the photos from the most recent LSE Chill: