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Workshop date & time

Tuesday 29 Sep
2:00 PM

Running Time 30 minutes

Price range

One registration is required per screen not per person

FREE - Registrations essential


Online registrations are available anytime leading up to – and into – the start time of the event.

Once you have registered you will immediately receive a confirmation email containing the event Zoom link.

This Zoom link should not be shared with others – it is unique to you.

For assistance - please email tickets@artscentremelbourne.com.au or phone our contact centre on 1300 182 183.

Age range: 6 – 12 year olds

From Mumbai to Melbourne, be introduced to vibrant wonders of Bollywood dance with Joshinder Chaggar.

This is an open workshop for beginners. Joshinder will lead you through the basics of a fun Bollywood routine to get you (and your family!) shaking and grooving in comfort of your own home.

You are welcome to attend this online workshop either on your own, or with members of your household. Please ensure you have some space to move & groove.

About the artist

Joshinder Chaggar

Joshinder has been dancing, choreographing and teaching since 2002. One of the first Bollywood dance instructors in Melbourne, she released Australia’s only ‘Get Fit with Bollywood Dance’ DVD nationwide in 2006. Joshinder later moved to Pakistan, where she was one of the leading choreographers in the country at the National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA). She works extensively in theatre, TV and films and has toured and performed internationally in Germany, Malaysia, Dubai, Australia and India. Joshinder has recently completed her Honours in Dance Research at Deakin University. Brilliant at teaching beginners across all age groups, Joshinder is known for her friendly and happy nature which makes all our first timers feel immediately at ease! Visit Studio J for more.


This workshop is being offered free for all participants, acknowledging the extreme impact COVID-19 is having on our community.

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