Spicy Fusion

 Friends of India Australia presents...

Spicy Fusion!

A visual kaleidoscope of colourful costume, rhythmic movement accompanied with toe tapping music. Seamlessly transitioning from one genre of artform to next interlaced with witty dialogue it will be an entertaining ride in two acts.

Janaki Eashwar’s melodious voice will inaugurate the event. The journey will proceed to tapping sensation Girls on Tap. Ettighausens will burst on stage with a riveting spectacle. The Movement Nation’s crisp hip hop will be the next stop. The beats of African drums and dance will traverse the stage, followed by North Indian classic Kathak from Ruchi Sangi. The IMI Kpop will then captivate the audience. The next visit is latin dancing extravaganza. Finally the event comes to close with Bollywood performance. What a rollercoaster!

Nick Fury and Saloni Sareen will navigate our excursion through the dance maze. They will engage the audience a few times along this trip.

Spicy Fusion is part of SpiceFest! A unique day and night cultural experience where spicy food, music, and dance coalesce. 

Don't miss Simha the King, the second part of the SpiceFest offering at Riverside Theatres on Sunday 7 August at 11.30am.

SpiceFest at Prince Alfred Square

Walk through Prince Alfred Square with food trucks galore and children enjoying amusement rides from 10am - 9pm. 
Immerse yourself in beating drums, vibrant dances, and children’s workshops. Fulfill your appetite with a variety of cuisines. Enjoy the alcohol-free event until dark with your loved ones.

Friends of India Australia (FOIA) is a not for profit organisation is promoting unity through performing arts in the form of Spicy Fusion, an especially curated stage program. It is one component of the SpiceFest. FOIA champions blood donation drives, health advocacy, fundraising for Lismore floods, and delivering Covid relief activities such as Oxygen concentrators to India and Covid medical packs in Sydney. FOIA assists families in economical strife and health crisis. More recently supporting climate change through SpiceFest. From inception, FOIA’s expertise lies with Festivals namingly Ganeshotsava for last 27 years. FOIA aims to engage, educate and entertain.


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When - 05:30pm - 07:30pm
Where Riverside Theatres Corner Market &, Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150
How much $50.40
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