Bollywood makes return to Bayswater Library

Ella Morris (9) and sister Abby Morris (4) Woodbridge and Gaby Mosbergen (8) Morley.
Ella Morris (9) and sister Abby Morris (4) Woodbridge and Gaby Mosbergen (8) Morley.

BOLLYWOOD instructor Roneshee Vithanage will teach children about Indian dance moves and culture during her return to Bayswater Library on January 17.

Ms Vithanage will be hosting a workshop for about 20 kids after holding several workshops in the City of Bayswater in 2017.

She said the “interactive” class also featured new songs and an educational aspect.

“I am going to show them the main Bollywood moves – a little bit of smiling, how to do the hands, how to roll with their feet and hips and then move on doing it with songs,” she said.

“With the younger ones, they are more curious about India and the food, dances, movies, colours and culture.”

Ms Vithanage, who also teaches in Dianella and Wangara, said she hoped to hold more classes this year.

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