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28 November 2018

'One World Carnival' at King's celebrates culture, diversity and faith

KCLSU presented a week of performances and activities for their One World Festival at King's College London

Cultural performances at King's
Cultural performances at King's

KCLSU presented a week of performances and activities for their One World Festival at King's College London from 12 – 18 November. The festival, which coincided with International Students' Day on Saturday 17 November, celebrated culture, diversity and faith.


One World Carnival took place on Wednesday 14 November as part of KCLSU's One World Festival and King’s Culture Lounge programmes. The carnival was attended by over 250 students and featured performances and activities from KCLSU Student Activity groups, including make-overs from the Beauty Society and Henna Society, candy floss and music provided by the KCL DJ society


The Bhangra Society kicked off the event followed by members of the RapSoc who performed their own raps.


Next was the Ukulele Society playing a variety of songs and the Natya Societyperforming Indian classical dances.


The Rolling Tones, the only all-female a cappella group at King’s, were the penultimate performance before Korean Hallyu Society closed the show with an impressive dance routine.

Upcoming events in the Culture Lounge include the Student Sounds gig on 30 Novemberwhich will showcase the musical talents of five King’s students, and King's Staff Choir, performing festive songs in the lead up to the holiday season on 14 December. 

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