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KCL’s ‘Winter Wonderland’ brings in the holidays

King’s College London’s Tamil Society kicked of the holiday season in style, hosting their second sell-out club event of the year “Winter Wonderland”.

Held at the exclusive Zoo Bar in the heart of the capital’s Leicester Square, over 200 students came down to celebrate the end of a busy and successful first term for all the Tamil societies across London.

With the club decorated in tinsel and candy canes being handed out, the night was the perfect chance to have a good time and get into the festive spirit as the holidays approach.

A highlight of the night was DJ Paddy playing Dhanush’s infectious hit “Why This Kolaveri Di?”, to a packed out dance floor.

And to top it all off, a snow machine was in full flow, sprinkling all the guests with snow as they danced the night away.

See more photos from Achu's Snaps here.

See our earlier posts:

London universities host 'Breaking the Silence 2011' (Dec 2011)

New university term kicks off bigger and better
(Nov 2011)

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