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Timeless - LSESU hosts the largest cultural show in its history

The largest celebration of dance, drama and music ever organised by the London School of Economics' Students' Union will be held on Sunday 20 January at Her Majesty's Theatre, London.

Timeless will showcase the artistic passions of LSE's diverse student body and comprises 160 performers. The show has been jointly organised by various LSESU societies and draws on the wealth of diversity and artistic talent of the School's student body. The show will raise money for two charities, The Prince's Trust and The Care Education Trust.

The show has been built from the ground up by LSE students. The cast, which comprises 160 performers, has been rehearsing every week during the Michaelmas term, while organisers have been working hard behind the scenes, on sponsorship and promotion.

Mikesh Vora, Timeless co-producer, said: 'Language may form barriers in our world but music, dance and drama are a means of expression that transcend all barriers. We have worked together towards dismantling the stereotype that we only care about our classroom grades, curriculum vitae and job opportunities. We hope this show provides you with a taste of the true essence of our culture and philosophy. With a spectacular array of contemporary, modern and classical dances, a variety of music and a glamorous fashion show, Timeless promises to be a unique production, that will be remembered for years to come.' 




The show is forefronted by the LSESU Indian Society, with the following LSESU societies and organisations also involved: Indian Society, Dance Society, Loose TV, The Beaver, Chinese Society, Afro-Caribbean Society, Sri Lankan Society and the Live Music Society.

3 January 2008