What’s on

We are currently touring internationally and teaching classes throughout the Midlands and London.

  • January 2020

  • Shiamak Midlands Dance Classes

    5 Jan 2020 - 28 Mar 2020

    Performance based bollywood dance classes throughout the year at venues in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Nottingham and Wellingborough. Learn from our Shiamak Midlands instructors, Nikhil Kapoor and Dhrumil Soni.

  • Shiamak London Dance Classes

    5 Jan 2020 - 28 Mar 2020 London

    Performance based Bollywood dance classes throughout the year at venues in Central London, Dartford, Harrow, Ilford, Southall and Wembley. Learn from our Shiamak London instructors, Supriya and Louckik.

  • Murmur 2.0 & Inked

    21 Jan 2020 The Arts Centre, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk

    A double bill of dance from award winning choreographer and dancer Aakash Odedra. Murmur 2.0 tackles the issue of dyslexia from his own experience, through dance and technology. A combination of movement, footwork and gestures combine with visual technology developed by Arts Electronica Futurelab (Linz, Austria) to enhance the audience’s experience. The second half of the performance is one of scarification and tattoos. Inked, created by Laurence Olivier Award winner Damien Jalet sees the body become a place of transformation, an envelope marked, folded and metamorphosed by its journey through a ritualized space. Immerse yourself in an evening of dance, exploring the body’s limits and powers.

  • March 2020

  • Samsara – World Premiere

    5 Mar 2020 - 7 Mar 2020, 7.30pm, 2.30pm (7 March only) Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

    The world premiere of Samsara takes place at Asia TOPA in 2020. Created and performed by international dance artists Aakash Odedra (UK/India) and Hu Shenyuan (China), Samsara merges mythological storytelling with personal experience.

  • May 2020

  • Echoes

    21 May 2020 The Quarterhouse, Folkestone

    Echoes is an exhilarating, high-octane Kathak dance experience which explores our relationships with our ancestors. The piece is choreographed by Kathak icon, Aditi Mangaldas, who is renowned for her artistry, energy and for breaking new ground, adding a contemporary twist to this stunning form of Indian dance.