Folly & Time, Australia


Exploring the connections and tensions between musician and dancer and the meaning of presence. The work creates a matrix of relationships between three characters – two virtual and one physical – who engage in kinetic and verbal dialogue across real and virtual divides.


Raghav is a contemporary Australian choreographer and performer of Indian heritage with training in modern and Indigenous contemporary dance. His works – Tukre, Mens Rea: The Shifter’s Intent – have toured in Australia and overseas. Silent Trio Beats, Raghav’s new work, is now in development and will premier in 2020. Raghav was identified as a “dancer to watch” by Jill Sykes (SMH) and Michelle Potter (Dance Australia) in 2015. Raghav has collaborated and performed with many of Australia’s leading choreographers. In 2015-17, Sue Heale’s award-winning “On View” and in 2018, Sydney Festival’s premiere of Force Majeure’s “You Animal You”.Folly & Time, Australia




What do you get when you put a self absorbed producer, a cheesy choreographer, a disgruntled acting coach, a has been actress, a fake Godwoman, 2 wannabes, 1 confused secretary, a struggling script writer, an airy socialite and 2 totally clueless actors together? A bad film! Bollywood Returns marks the third in the trilogy of Sangeeta Nambiar’s plays on Bollywood….and this time the film is finally happening – within the play of course!

Watch fantastic amateur actors set the stage alight with their histrionics and dancing abilities! A must watch for a good laugh – at ourselves and society!

Starring Ankush Raisinghani, Veena Puthran Bangera, Jeff Martin, Vineet Kumar, Geeta Balagangadharan, Sonal Sharma, Sangeeta Nambiar, Priya Deorukhkar, Sumati Nagrath, Galathee Salze-Lozac’h, Deepika Bhardwaj and Rachita Arke.

Natya Yatra, Singapore

As part of the SIFAS Festival of Music, Dance & Arts – 2019, festival, SIFAS is proud to present an original production, “Natya Yatra”, which commemorates the 100 year history of Classical Indian dance in Singapore.

This theatrical dance production brings together 4 major Indian dance schools and 1 long-time troupe, each with its own rich and vibrant history: SIFAS (1949), Bhaskar’s Arts (1952), Apsaras Arts (1977), Temple of Fine Arts (1981) and Bharatha Arts. Presented from the spectator’s perspective, the show illustrates the beginnings, evolution and future prospects of Classical Indian dance through 5 distinctive acts which showcase a variety of Indian dance genres using anecdotal narratives; cutting edge technology through lighting design and animation; archival images of historic moments, places and people; and a live orchestra performing iconic historic music combined with original compositions– all of which embody SIFAS’s main philosophy – Art Characterises Civilisation.

Aimed with the purpose of cultivating the arts in Singapore, this never- before-seen production promises to entertain and educate our Singapore audience on the legacy of Indian classical dance and encourages them to preserve and participate in this art form. This production also serves as an opportunity to recognize and pay homage to the pioneers and inspirational legends. An accompanying photo and video installation in collaboration with the Indian Heritage Centre of National Heritage Board will also be featured at SIFAS and The Esplanade showcasing archival footage of captivating moments in history.

GOPIO GYAAN 2019, Blacktown , Australia

GOPIO Sydney are recognising and honouring students who have obtained a ATAR of 97 or above in our annual GYAAN event.

GOPIO Sydney also acknowledges and awards the youths who have excelled in sports or in arts, culture and public speaking at a state or national level.

For ticketing enquires please contact:

Jag Dhaliwal on 0430202633
Amarjit Dhot on 0402436186

Myseum Intersections: Bharatanatyam | performance/workshop, Toronto, ON



inDANCE presents Bharatanatyam: History, Performance & Memoryan interactive demonstration featuring live performance, video presentation and a talk that challenges binary notions of “tradition” and “contemporaneity”. Drawing from experiences of race, sexuality, multiculturalism, and post-colonialism, inDANCE gives voice to contemporary expressions of dance through re-interpretations of “traditional Indian dance” and the development of a distinctly Canadian/Toronto movement vocabulary.


Workshop for Bharatanatyam: History, Performance & Memory


March 14 & 15, 2019


Dancemakers Centre

15 Case Goods Lane #301

Toronto, ON M5A 3C4


Free (donations accepted)

Bharatanatyam: History, Performance & Memory is part of Myseum Intersections, an annual festival that explores intersectional perspectives of Toronto through FREE collaborative exhibits, events, workshops, and tours.

Check out the full program at:

If you have any accessibility requests or need additional assistance, please email Myseum at: and we will do our best to accomodate.

In case of any changes or cancellation we will do our best to provide ample notice via email.

Please note that this event will be filmed and photographed.

Nammavar – Dramatic Stage Read and Discourse on the Writings of Latha Krish…,Singapore

Nammavar – Dramatic Stage Read and Discourse on the Writings of Latha Krish


“A dramatic stage reading of the short stories from, “Identity”, from Naan Kolai Seiyum Pengal and from the book “The Goddess in the Living Room”, – “Naked” and ‘Alyssa’ & ‘Alyssa Again’ by Latha Krishnasamy, editor of Tamil Murasu.”

தமிழ்முரசு செய்தித்தாளின் ஆசிரியர், லதா கிரிஷ்ணசாமியின் ‘நான் கொலை செய்யும் பெண்கள்’ எனும் நூலிலிருந்து ‘அடையாளம்’ எனும் சிறுகதை, மற்றும் ‘The Goddess in the Living Room’ நூலிலிருந்து ‘Naked’, ‘Alyssa’ & ‘Alyssa Again’ ஆகிய சிறுகதைகள் மேடை வாசிப்பு மற்றும் கருத்து பரிமாற்ற முறையில் படைக்கப்படுகின்றன.

Music Conert by Chennai Mambalam Sisters [R Vijaylakshmi & S Chitra], Singapore

Premalya [Home for Indian Scriptures, Arts and Cultures] is happy to invite you for a Music Evening by Chennai Mambalam Sisters [Mrs R. Vijayalakshmi & Mrs S. Chitra] On Jan 25 2019 [Friday] from 7.00 – 9.00 PM


Legacy Center Auditorium, 37 Jln Pemimpin, Singapore

Accompanying Artists: Violin [Sri Srinath Iyer] and Mrithangam Sri [Muthu Subramanian]

To know about Chennai Mambalam Sisters, please browse through the following: Conert by Chennai Mambalam Sisters [R Vijaylakshmi & S Chitra], Singapore

Street Dance Hip Hop Workshop, Moe, Australia

Directors of the studio, Kat & Troy, are from ‘Superhoodz Crew’, semi finalists from Australia’s Got Talent!

Superhoodz Crew’s performance ranked them as #6 best dance crew on ‘Got Talent Global’, solidifying their mark as a world-class act.

They have performed at Disneyland and Universal Studios in LA, Fox FM RnB Fridays, Crown Entertainment, six seasons with NBL Melbourne United, Big Bash, major Bollywood movie ABCD2 and most recently performing 40 shows for EID Festival in Dubai.

In this 4-day workshop that runs from Tuesday 15 to Friday 18 January (inclusive), you will learn some amazing dance moves. So get down to the Moe Library show us your street style!