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Get your groove on at inter-cultural dance event Got to Move ISLANDWIDE 2018

RedDot Bhangra is elated to collaborate with partners to present Culture Campur Workshops at Got to Move ISLANDWIDE (GTM) 2018. 

An initiative by the National Arts Council, GTM 2018 provides a platform for dance organisations and individuals to showcase their passion and talent through activities such as workshops, performances, dance parties and dance battles.

The Culture Campur Workshops will be conducted in conjunction with P7:1SMA, Dance Dynamics and Saherism.

Through this synergised effort, members of the public can look forward to sampling different dance forms like bhangra, bolly-hop, Malay, Mongolian, bollywood and classical Chinese dance.

Photo courtesy: RedDot Bhangra
Photo courtesy: RedDot Bhangra

The free-to-attend beginner workshops are suitable for all ages. Prior dance experience is not required as participants will be guided through simple steps during these family-friendly workshops.

Culture Campur Workshops will be held at Lot One Shoppers’ Mall in Choa Chu Kang on Saturday, October 27, between 2pm and 6pm.

Apart from dance workshops, everyone can also catch roving bhangra dancers, dress up in colourful costumes, try out traditional instruments, and take a souvenir photo at the photo booth.

No registration is required – all are welcome to simply walk in and join in the festivities.

“Our aim is not just to dance but to do good with it," said Avrinder Kaur, Partnerships Lead, RedDot Bhangra. "We specifically chose a location in the heartlands to reach out to as many people from different ages, backgrounds and walks of life as possible. Through community outreach events like Culture Campur Workshops, RedDotBhangra is able to build bridges, grow multi-culturalism, and bring communities together.”  


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