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SCHOOL WORKSHOPS NOVEMBER – Diwali dance workshops in schools

Updated: Nov 27, 2023

We bring our fun and exciting Diwali dance workshops to primary schools for the November month of the school calendar year. The Diwali dance workshops brings children’s learning to life and develops imagination. One of the major factors of the Diwali celebratory festival workshops is the ability to physically portray characters of the Ramayana story and to showcase expression, emotion and actions of the roles of the story through movement and dance.

The Diwali festival is the most celebrated in the Hindu community bringing good luck and fortune sharing the sacred story of prince Rama and princess Sita. We aim to give children this experience through telling the story through dance and music. Our Diwali dance workshops are empowering and take children on a journey teaching them the cultural differences of the power of good conquering evil, expressive movement through freedom.

The Bollywood and Indian dance workshops are aligned with the Diwali festival educating children of the importance of the Ramayana story and the meaning of Diwali. Children will improve cultural understanding and awareness through the Diwali dance workshops.

The Diwali workshops are booked through our Bollywood and Indian dance workshops and catered for all primary schools around the UK bringing inclusive, equality and diversity to learning in education. The Bollywood and Indian dance workshops are available in surrounding areas and towns in Birmingham, West Midlands, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Derbyshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Norfolk, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Middlesex, Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Somerset, Devon, Dorset, Cheshire, Kent, Wales and London.

These dance workshops for schools are very popular in the November of the school year however can be booked for other months of the school year and can be added to school events such as International dance day, Arts week, Holi festival and in general school days for fun throughout the year.

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