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Gaana Society

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It's a fun and energetic dance form originating from Tamil culture. We hold weekly sessions where anyone can join, whether they've been dancing for years or have never even heard of gaana before. We currently perform at numerous shows throughout the year, where the society are able to showcase their talent..


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Membership Information

These are the current membership plans offered by Gaana Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.

  • Year Memebership (£10)
    A year's membership of £10 allows you to attend weekly gaana classes, get discounted prices for workshops, participate in competitions throughout the year and take part in Pure Dance.
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This Years Committee

All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Gaana Society this year are:

  • Mathanisha Gajendrakumaran
    President
  • Jithin Mullappillil
    Treasurer
  • Shobanah Saravanabavan
    Secretary
  • Kabiliny Ratnasingam
    Vice-President
  • Vasuki Rajagopalan
    Social Sec

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