TLSU has a number of student-led societies and clubs. Joining an activity group is the best way to get involved in student life, meet new people, keep up with extracurricular activities and, of course, have a great time at TL.
The Apollo Consort Contemporary Music Society has been formed to promote the music of living composers and the performers who play it. We do termly projects where we form a scratch ensemble out of those available and perform music written for us by Trinity Laban composers and, once safe, we will be starting up monthly contemporary music nights where members can perform to a welcoming and encouraging audience. Anyone interested in the curation, performance, or composition of new music should get in touch – regardless of experience. We are particularly interested in providing a safe space from people who have not yet had the chance to really throw themselves into contemporary music, or for people who want to do more on their second or third study disciplines.
Welcome to Trinity Laban! We’re here to give every student at TL the chance to hear and explore the message and good news of Jesus Christ! Regardless of your beliefs or background you are more than welcome to join us – have a look at our Facebook and Instagram pages (Trinity Laban Christian Union and @trinitylabancu). Alternatively drop us an email to find out more. We’d love to hear from you!
The football team holds weekly training sessions and we play competitively in a league against other London conservatoires. We’re always looking for new dedicated players, so drop Jedd an email for more info!
ACS – Afro-Caribbean Society
Afro-Caribbean Society is a safe and welcoming space where we bring together students and alumni of Trinity Laban to educate, empower, network and celebrate African and arrange meetings solely for our Black members. We seek to promote unity in diversity through individual and cultural development, as well as provide Caribbean cultures. It is open to all students, regardless of ethnicity, although we do education in cultural matters. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions and we very much look forward to welcoming you to Trinity Laban.
Puzzle Piece Opera Company
PuzzlePiece Opera is a student-led opera company based at TL, formed in order to provide opportunities and experience both on and off-stage through presenting condensed versions of well-known operas. Recent performances include a new English adaptation of Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor, and a new jukebox-opera Cinderella. (Both created by current President – Eleanor Strutt! Due to covid, we don’t have any firm plans, but please get in touched if you want to be involved in any capacity: singing, directing, arranging, accompanying…
The LGBTQIA+ society is a safe and welcoming space for every individual identifying as queer or an ally of the community. During meetings, we will have discussions about gender, sexuality and relationships. We don’t currently have a committee for the new year, so if you’re interested please let me know! Come as you are and we really look forward to meeting you all!
Unite behind the truth. Unite behind the science. The planet is in crisis and the odds are scary. Extinction rebellion Trinity Laban takes action in Trinity Laban and around Lewisham to bring conversation and renewable changes in the community for a possible future. Come meet us to learn about our actions and how you can get involved. Follow us on Facebook. Love and rage xxx
Trinity Laban Session Orchestra
TL’s very own answer to LMTO – the TL Session Orchestra usually puts on regular playthroughs of scores straight from the West End and Broadway, and also looks at various other commerical music too. Unfortunately, covid has put a spanner in the works, but we hope to get back together as soon as possible. The aim of the group is to practise scores and develop rep, and there’s an expectation of standards, but also we just want to have fun! If you want to stay in the loop join our Facebook page for updates, drop Meg an email!
Hello and welcome to Trinity Laban! We are a brand-new group, planning to go on a mixture of chilled, short and sociable walks as well as some more hard-core ones, on a regular basis. No matter your fitness level or experience we’d love to welcome you into our friendly bunch for a bit of an explore into nature. Do have a look at our Facebook Page Trinity Laban Hiking Society, or get in touch with me, Eve, for more info and about our first walk coming up very soon!
Business, Finance and Management Society
The aim of BFM Soc is to bring together students and alumni of Trinity Laban to support one another in ventures and problems related to freelance business, finance and management. Come and join us for talks and workshops around freelancing. These discussions are particularly pertinent in the current climate! Absolutely anyone is welcome to join and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to drop us an email.
TL-CLOGSS (Collaborative Light Opera Gilbert & Sullivan Society)
Hello! TL-CLOGSS welcomes you to Trinity Laban. This year, we plan to run (in light of COVID!) virtual rehearsals, planning G&S and other light opera showcase virtual concerts with view to perform in person as soon as it’s safe to do so. Everyone is welcome regardless of year, study or experience. Solos and duets, and featured roles, will be plentiful so more people have a chance to step into the spotlight if they would like! Please get in touch if you’d like more info!
Do you like gaming? Have a penchant for a game of Mario Kart, Wii or Halo? Then Gaming Soc needs you! This year Gaming Soc needs a new committee – we’ve got all the equipment ready to go, it just needs a figurehead to help arrange sessions! This group is dedicated to providing a platform for all at TL to come together and play or discuss games, both casually and competitively. Please get in touch with Rhodri (VP of Events and Societies) if you’re interested in being involved!