Velvet Caravan at Fullarton Markets

Fullarton Markets

Some of the Velvet Caravan troupe from Belly Dance Amethyst glittered in gold and black at the Fullarton markets on the last weekend of June.

As always it was a pleasure to dance with these ladies.

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A Weekend of Dance

The dancing (and partying) started with Spooky and Creepy 3, Belly Dance Amethyst‘s pirate themed Halloween party, on Saturday evening at the Soul Box.  With the very entertaining and imaginative Halloween themed dances and a few kegs of pirate rum (or  champagne & red wine) a good time was had by all.

Sunday morning brought a completely different dance adventure for the Bridgewater Dancers with our Indian fusion performance at the Callington show.

New term starts this week

Term 4 starts this week at Belly Dance Amethyst.

After a very entertaining hafla at the end of last term and a couple of weeks rest, we’re back with renewed energy.

So if you’re interested in learning belly dance – or if you’re keen to be back after the holiday fortnight – come along to Bridgewater Hall this Thursday night at 7pm for Crimson: Fusion with an Indian flavour (open level) or at 8pm for Oriental Cabaret style Il Alem Allah (suitable for beginners).

See you Thursday night.

 

Perry Park Performance

Bridgewater Dancers & Sandra

The Bridgewater Dancers with special guest Sandra

The Bridgewater dancers made the trek down to Port Noarlunga last night to for our annual dinner show for the residents at Perry Park. Thanks to all those who came along to watch and enjoy the show. It was great to have such an appreciative audience.

And a big thank you to the Bridgewater dancers who were able to come along and perform, and to our special guest, Sandra, my dance partner from the Jewels of Isis. It was a great pleasure to dance with you all.

Can’t wait for the next shows coming up in September and October.