KS Chithra to enthrall UK Malayalee audience on Oct 5 in Watford and on Oct 19 in Stoke on Trent – UKMALAYALEE

KS Chithra to enthrall UK Malayalee audience on Oct 5 in Watford and on Oct 19 in Stoke on Trent

Tuesday 1 October 2019 7:41 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON Oct 1: Indian singing legend KS Chithra will enthrall UK Malayalee audience with Live Malayalam Music Concerts on Saturday 5th October, 2019  at Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford WD17 3JN from 5pm to 9pm and on Saturday 19th Oct, 2019 at Kings Hall, Stoke on Trent ST4 1JH From  3pm to 7pm

The concert is hosted in the UK by Ragaswara UK (www.ragaswara.co.uk), who are pioneers in the field of music entertainment who have hosted several successful musical events. Musical Events Management, is their forte. To know further information please ring 07830524055 or 07763914385 or email info@ragaswara.co.uk

The concert will also be the 40th anniversary celebration of KS Chithra’s musical advent and journey since her inception into the musical world.

KS Chithra will be joined in her concert by other musicians Nishad, Ajay, Roopa, Sri Krishna Sharreth.

KS Chithra will also be performing at the below venues:

Friday 4th October 2019: Tamil Concert at Phoenix Concert Hall, Fairfields Halls, Park Lane, Croydon London CR9 1DG – From 7pm to 10pm

Saturday 5th October 2019: Malayalam Concert at Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford WD17 3JN – From 5pm to 9pm

Saturday 12th Oct 2019: Kannada Concert at Morningside Arena, 31 Charter Street, Leicester, LE1 – From 3pm to 7pm

Sunday 13th Oct, 2019: Telugu Concert at Bethel Convention Centre, Birmingham, B70 7JW  – From 5pm to 9pm

Saturday 19th Oct, 2019: Malayalam Concert at Kings Hall, Stoke on Trent ST4 1JH From  3pm to 7pm

Parts of the proceeds from the Malayalam concerts will be donated to two charitable causes.

Part of the proceeds will be shared between Sneha Nandana Trust, which is instituted to provide help to the musicians with financial impediments and those suffering from health problems and the other part to the Kerala Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund (CMDRF), which is an emergency assistance fund to provide relief to families and individuals affected by floods, loss of life due to accidents and chronic diseases, etc.

KS Chithra had donated Rs 2 lakh to the CMDRF and visited the volunteers at camp in Thiruvananthapuram in August this year to boost their morale. She spent the Thiruvonam day with inmates of the relief camps in Alappuzha.

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