On the 17th December 2011, QM Tamil society dazzled audiences with their variety show, ‘Attagasam’. Held at the Mermaid theatre, it was a showcase of an array of young British Tamil talent.
Participants from a number of London university Tamil societies, TYO UK and primary schools, came together producing solo and group acts celebrating the Tamil nation, its diversity and evolving culture. Drama sketches from QMTS committee itself left the spectators in hysterics as they portrayed a typical Tamil family arranging a marriage.

“I am very happy to say we are able to contribute our proceedings to UKTSU for the wonderful work they do back home.”

Saivaishnavi Yoghanathan

An ‘Attagasam’ at Queen Mary University

One young lady stunned the audience into pin drop silence with beautiful solo renditions of her own composition singing about freedom. A satirical fashion show displaying modernised style of wearing sarees with accessories had crowds cheering. Dance routines and music acts such as Public Enemies, Phoenix Attagasam, Systematic Chaos, Crazy Beats and The Dance Lab exhibited exceptional ability from the young Tamil generation.

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