Off The Catwalk

Off The Catwalk … Ladies Night!

The Crowne Plaza in Glasgow hosted an Off The Catwalk Event, in 2014, organised by Saffron Events UK. The theme for this Event was Ladies Night and the spectacular evening itself included a Catwalk, a five course banquet and, of course, Bollywood Dancers Scotland from International Company, Ri Ri’s Dance Academy.

Ri Ri’s Bollywood Dancers Scotland were lucky enough to share the stage alongside some incredible talent within the Asian Community, including Hussnain, Trav, Amit Sumal and Sikandar.

Ladies Night, also, consisted of yummy chocolate foundations, a mocktail reception, chaat stalls and fresh fruit stalls as well as a generous charity raffle, to close the lovely evening.

 

Bollywood Dancers Scotland

Using the Catwalk ramp to their advantage during their incredibly highly energetic Performance sets, Ri Ri’s national television dancers showcased their talent to Glasgow!

Two male and two female dancers from the Manchester based business rocked the stage, underlining a number of varied dance styles. Bollywood, Salsa, Break Dancing, Contemporary and Jazz were just a few of the variations which were exposed, however, they were performed to both Bollywood and RnB music, which was a pleasant surprise for the audience!

This unexpected twist and turn in the Performances sent the ladies crazy, particularly when Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’was being performed too!

After the two successful Performances, Ri Ri’s Dance Academy then ran an interactive Bollywood Dance Workshop, not just getting members of the audience involved but, also, both of the hosts too.

 

Bollywood Dance Workshop

Ria Meera Munshi, Director of Ri Ri’s Dance Academy, took charge and gathered her dance volunteers on the stage for this mini taste of Indian dance.

Fifteen minutes later the stage was buzzing with the Bollywood beat blasting and everyone’s hips were shaking! A huge amount of fun and Ri Ri’s Dance Academy exited the stage on an absolute high with a huge amount of positive feedback ready to greet them backstage.