Back with ConfiDance

The Shiamak Dance Team performing Aug. 6 at the Surrey Arts Centre.



After successful performances in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune (India), London, Sydney, Melbourne, Toronto, and last October in Vancouver, The Shiamak Dance Team is back with a brand new show on Aug. 6 at the Surrey Arts Centre.

ConfiDance is a mix of various dance styles, and takes you on a journey through Shiamak’s Indo contemporary style and Bollywood jazz.

The show includes extravagant sets and props, colorful costumes and thematic choreography performed by highly trained dancers.

The show, presented by Shiamak Davar International, is suitable for all ages.

Tickets are $27.95. Visit tickets.surrey.ca or call the box office at 604-501-5566.

The Surrey Arts Centre is located at 13750 88 Ave.

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