Bollywood dancing and authentic Indian cuisine combine for theatre fundraiser
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Food, dancing and cinema celebrating Indian culture will combine for a unforgettable evening of fundraising at a community theatre in Bungay.
‘An Indian Affair’ is set to delight people of all ages at The Fisher Theatre in Broad Street, on Friday, July 27.
At 6.30pm guests will be invited to take part in a Bollywood dance class and learn the world-famous moves and routines.
Once an appetite has been worked up a two-course meal of authentic Inidan food will be served by Madhu Choat and Laila France.
Money raised on the night will be put back into the running of The Fisher Theatre.
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A Fisher Theatre spokesman added: “Alongside the sensation overload you will experience a mixture of scenes from Bollywood Movies that will provide the atmosphere and colour for the evening.
“You might even want to dance again.”
For more information about the event and to book tickets visit www.fishertheatre.org or call 01986 897 130
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