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LSE students unite in a 'timeless' performance

Over 150 LSE students will take part in a performance of dance, music and drama at Sadler's Wells Theatre next month.

Timeless will celebrate the wealth of talent that exists within the School's diverse student body whilst simultaneously raising money for two great causes; World Vision and Happy Homes.

The show has been organised by a variety of LSESU societies who have been busy preparing for the past six months, with the cast rehearsing once a week.

The show, on Sunday 1 February, 7.30pm, will 'take your breath away' promise the organisers. 

Nikhil Sangani, Timeless producer said: 'Whilst differences often divide us, it is differences that have brought us together. LSE unites talented individuals, but this time their gift is artistic flair. We have sought to discover and portray the diversity we as a university pride ourselves upon.'

The second year economics undergraduate described the show as a 'symphony of dramatic talent'. He said:

'With an orchestra compiled of actors, dancers, musicians and singers, our storyline is their melody. Expression, emotion and energy intertwine and connect, to produce an explosion of theatrical brilliance. Individually they are incredible, together they are Timeless.'

Nikhil will be taking part in both the Bollywood dancing act and the hip-hop act in this year's performance.

Tickets start from £15 to £25 and are available from the Houghton Street Timeless stand  from 11am-3pm daily. All proceeds go to charity, this year the money will go to the Happy Homes orphanage in Kenya and World Vision.



Nikhil Sangani, Producer, on 07973129609

Raj Mirpuri, Sales and Marketing, on 07939259585

27 January 2009