Club Bombay

In addition to wonderful performances there is much more to experience during the festival. In Club Bombay films are shown, and there is space for inspirational post performance talks, meet & greets, and educational workshops. Entrance is free, except for the workshops for which you can buy tickets separately.

In and around the Prinsestraat you can discover a rich assortment of eateries and restaurants. From Japanese dining at ONI to new Nordic food at Bøg, chique fries from Friet District, and a quick poké bowl at Ohana. Our next-door neighbours at Restaurant Floc have organized an Indian Pop-Up, and in Korzo’s bar you can taste delicious refreshments and Indian fine wines.

During the India Dance Festival you can choose from a variety of advanced and introductory workshops. The open classes of the Monday Movement Class and the introduction workshop Indian dance are open to everybody. Advanced Bharatanatyam dancers can enrich their knowledge during a Weekend Intensive. Next to dance you can participate in and become acquainted with the martial arts style Kalaripayattu and learn how to cook a healthy Vedic meal.

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