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'Musical Perpetua' by S. Thomas' College in celebration of 100 years at Mount Lavinia

6 September 2017 - 76   - 0

After its move from the dusty neighborhood of Mutwal in 1918, for almost a hundred years, S. Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia nestled by the side of the beach, has grown throughout the years to become an endearing landmark.

To the men, who are proud to call this school their alma mater, S. Thomas’ College has played a major role in their lives. Today they come together, with the present students of the college to showcase ‘The Musical Perpetua’, a concert which is part of the College’s 100 year celebrations since its move to Mount Lavinia. It will take place at the Bishop’s College auditorium on September 19, starting at 7.30 pm.

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‘Musical Perpetua’ promises to be a wonderful celebration of the school’s past and present. The music that it has to offer, definitely brings with it a series of treasured memories and endless gratitude which both the young and old generations have towards the College.

Tickets are priced at Rs. 3000, 2500, 2000, 1500, 1000 and 750 (Balcony). They will be available at the Bishops College Auditorium.

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