Avanti schools brings the Indian tinge to musicals with their production “I’ll be there,” reports Asian Lite
Avanti Schools Trust presents their annual children’s musical production of Mahabharata named I’ll Be There at the Royal Festival Hall in Southbank as part of Southbank’s summer of love festival on Sunday 17 July at 4.30 PM.
Almost 150 talented primary and secondary school children will be performing the musical play. There will also be a family show to finish the Ratha Yatra Festival which is taking place at Trafalgar Square. This is a unique opportunity for them to perform on a world class stage with professional musicians.
Avanti Schools Trust has always strived to provide education and through this musical, Avanti Schools Trust have teamed up with a number of charity partners who work with disadvantaged and disabled children and youth to give them an incredible theatre experience.
Avanti Schools Trust is a family of schools that share the ideals of educational excellence, character formation and spiritual insight. Avanti schools are Hindu faith schools which welcome children from all backgrounds. The schools are operated by the Avanti Schools Trust and the designated religious authority is the iFoundation. Both the Trust and the religious authority are inspired by and draw upon the teachings of Krishna Chaitanya, part of the same religious tradition as ISKCON, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.