We are happy to announce that Thamarai.com will be the official Internet media partners for The Diwali Show 2011, a very popular variety show in the UK organised by students from King’s College London. Thamarai.com has been supporting and providing coverage of the major South Asian university shows for over 6 years, since its early days as SL2UK.
We are also proud to announce that the host of Diwali Show 2011 will be London’s little star, Kutti Hari. Stand-up comedian, compere and possibly the next big singing sensation, Kutti Hari has been performing at shows across Europe, and is very popular amongst the Tamil community. He will be bringing his authentic style and charisma to the stage, whilst venturing outside of his comfort zone for the very first time. We caught up with the pint-sized barrel of laughs for the shortest possible interview!
Are you looking forward to hosting the Diwali Show?
Yes , it will be a unique experience, as I’m going to host to a wide range of people from different cultures and ethnic backgrounds, along with my co-host Braha Bala. I’m looking forward to being part of one of UK’s biggest student charity event, involving over 200 students. The King’s Diwali Show has only escalated in quality since it began 19 years ago, going from The Royal Albert Hall, to The IndigO2 and the Barbican Centre. As a voluntary and non-profit organization, to see how much time, hard work and determination that people put in for this year’s show makes me feel that the show is already a success.
What can the audience look forward to on the night?
All I can say is that the audience should be prepared to watch talented young upcoming artistes perform unique acts at their best. Be ready to be amazed! I’ve seen the huge amount of effort that students from all the Universities in London have put in for this year’s King’s Diwali Show, and it makes me feel very special and privileged to host the show this year. I can’t wait for it! Save the date, and please come and support."
The Diwali Show will be taking place at the Barbican on Monday, 21st November 2011. Please save the date and keep logged on to thamarai.com for all the latest news about the event.