After having ended last Saturday’s Go Global 2014 event with a bang, and having its Presidents host the spectacular show, Cardiff University’s Asian Society would like to formally invite each and every one of you to its annual flagship event ‘elements’.
This year’s show will be held on Saturday 15th March 2014 at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, for the first time. It sees Cardiff Asian Soc’s take on a classic love story with a modern and quite controversial twist. Will an age old tale inspire our modern day Raja on his quest to find his one true Rani?
Not only does this show offer brilliant acting, but it also boasts outstanding music and dancing as well as a fashion show, all of which represent the British Asian culture in some way.
The cast of this year’s show are driven by ambition, enthusiasm and pure love for Asian Culture. They want to provide you with a snapshot of our culture, traditions as well as their very own, talents.
Elements is, and always has been, an event to raise money for charity and this year, we have chosen to support two charities; ‘The Ceylon School for the Deaf and Blind’ and ‘One Cause’. Both these charities are close to our hearts and help less fortunate children to gain an education in all parts of Sri Lanka and India/Kenya respectively. Details of them can be found on their websites at the end of the article.
In order for this show to be a success and to raise a lot for our charities, we need your help. In the run up to elements, Asian Soc will be hosting a variety of fundraisers, with the first one being this Tuesday 25th February at 7.30pm. It is a launch party to be held at an up and coming restaurant on City Road, ‘Dabba Walla’. With Asian Street Food, performances and games, how can you miss it?
Tickets are £7 for members and £8 for non-members. The price includes a free mocktail on arrival, food and the after party to be announced soon. All proceeds will be going towards our two charities.
So, what are you waiting for? Hope to see lots of you there and remember, you don’t have to be Asian to come!
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