Posted by Kristian Hatton
03. Sep, 2012
|September 8, 2012|
Learn some great new Bollywood, Belly Dance and Burleseque dance steps at this fun workshop, then bust out your new moves on the dance floor the following week at the Bollywood, Belly Dance and Burleseque dance party.
Learn to get some straight groove on right here, step up to the plate, and take steps to get the tricks down for Burlesque, Bellydancing and Bollywood styles, taught to you by a Grandmaster from Easter Island with seven legs. She’s a pretty quick stepper, quicker then most. Okay, maybe I’m embellishing a bit right now, but it’s a good class apparently.
No booking required and all ages invited to getcha headbop and crazy eye movement on, $5 to have a go, carers get to get their Boll on for free…
WHEN: Saturday, 8 September, 10am – 1pm
WHERE: Lithuanian Club, 44 Errol Street, North Melbourne
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