There’s nothing quite like repeat bookings from clients that tells our team that we’re doing a great job.
This month we’re jam packed with bookings for all kinds of Diwali events across Melbourne and Regional Victoria – many of which are repeat bookings from previous years.
We’ve been invited back to perform at RACV Club for Westpac Bank because last year they were blown away with our Bollywood performance and workshop for their VIP clients. Other clients who have booked our Bollywood dancers for their Diwali events in Melbourne include: Commonwealth Bank, Casey Central Shopping Centre, Dandenong Plaza and Tarneit Shopping Centre, only to name a few.
So why our Bollywood dancers?
Our dancers put in extra hours of rehearsal time to really nail those dance steps and make sure that they make an impression.
People don’t realise just how much preparation and time goes into rehearsals and choreography. On average, for each ‘minute’ of dance routine, our dancers need to practice 6-8 hours. Yes, this seems a little excessive and it’s possibly a lot more time spent than many other Bollywood dance troupes out there.
The reason for this is that our lead choreographers are sticklers for perfection when it comes to our Bollywood shows. We know that the difference between a ‘good’ and ‘great’ performance is in those extra few hours spent in the details and intricacies of each dance step. From my personal experience, it’s those last 2 hours where the dance really comes to life and instead of the performers just ‘stepping through’ the routine, they bring energy, emotion and expression to have the audience completely captivated.
Why you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to celebrate Diwali…
Diwali is one of the biggest festivals on the Indian calendar and more and more Australian organisations are realising that if they want to showcase their values of diversity and harmony, or perhaps even acknowledge their staff or clients who come from an Indian background, then this is the perfect time to do it.
That’s why companies like Westpac and Commonwealth Bank are ensuring a full-scale celebration of this festival. In case you’re a small company with a small budget, there are still things you can do to celebrate such as, getting your staff members to dress up in Indian costumes or bringing a share-plate of Indian food. It doesn’t have to be complicated or elaborate.
In case you want to celebrate in style and are looking for creative ways to do this, then get in touch with our friendly team. We’d love to help you create an event with impact!