Promising to give you a night to remember, the Danceworld School of Modern, Jazz & Ballet presents ‘ JAZZiN’ - Across The Floor’ tonight at the Lionel Wendt Theatre.
This extremely energetic show produced and directed by Sureka Buell, will feature a thrilling cocktail of entertainment in the form of modern, contemporary, lyrical and jazz dance performed by over 80 enthusiastic youngsters ranging from the ages six to 18.
A grand mix of finesse and loads of hard core energy, the show features a mix of dance genres inspired by songs from movies such as Hairspray, Rio, Step Up 3D, Flashdance, Mulan and Lion King to name a few.
Following three successful productions of Jazzmatazzi I& II and ‘Jazzin’ - Ultimate Dance - Daringly Different’ - this year’s show too, will leave jaws dropping and feet tapping as Sureka’s talented students take the stage to display their passion for dance. Their costumes, all done for the different dance sequences are by Mitabi Gunawardena.
Proceeds of the show will be donated to the Lions Club of Havelock Town towards community outreach projects for needy children.
The media sponsors are The Daily Mirror & The Sunday Times.
Tickets priced at Rs.1,500, Rs.1,000, Rs.800 and Rs.500 are available at the Lionel Wendt
Showcasing young artists in Kandy
The Alliance française de Kandy’s annual young artists’ exhibition ‘AYA 2011’ is now on at the Alliance français de Kandy, 642, Peradeniya Road and will continue till October 17.
The chosen artists this year are G. G. Malik Lahiru Bandara of Ranabima Royal College, G.G. Thilanka Madushani of Girls High School, M. A. Manushka Kumara of Dharmaraja College, K.G. Sara Sandaruwani of Swarnamali Girls College and Gehan Kavinga Senevirathne of Trinity College.
Bouwwa Show: Something to wag their tails about
They don’t have their pedigree papers and lineage all written down but these adorable pooches are loved and cared for just as much as their pure-bred cousins. And it was their day in the sun as the Blue Paw Trust along with the Colombo Municipal Council’s Veterinary Services Department held the Bouwwa Show especially dedicated to all ordinary dogs at the Sathutu Uyana on September 25. A variety of fun competitions saw the doggies and their owners enjoying themselves thoroughly.