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Spalding to host Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer


By Spalding Today Columnist


Everyone has a range of different personas that they present to the world, but some people take it to extremes. In his funny and visually stunning one-man show Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer, Shane Shambhu reveals the secret life he kept from his school friends.

At school, self-proclaimed ‘fat kid’ Shane was one of the lads, into super-heroes and music - but born in East London to South Indian parents, Shane also secretly trained in the Indian classical dance form, Bharatanatyam.

Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer gives hilarious and moving insights on his personal journey from unlikely dance student to rude boy, then marketing manager to international performer, and has audiences laughing out loud. During the show, Shane draws on actual experiences and comic reminiscences to create a display of vivid characters in a bedazzling mix of theatre, dance and film. This is no Bollywood ‘raga to riches’ story, this is the real deal and can be seen live on the main stage here at the South Holland Centre on Thursday, October 10 at 7.30pm.

Confessions of Cockney Temple Dancer (16483522)
Confessions of Cockney Temple Dancer (16483522)

This show is our “Pay What You Can” event for the Autumn season which aims to encourage audiences to come along to events which we think are brilliant, but may be a little unfamiliar.Just book a free ticket at the Box Office or through the website, and then pay what you wish after the show.



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