With Sheru Bharadwaja | Presented by Metro Arts & Mad Dance House

Come shake off your work week in easy-to-follow choreography led by accomplished dancer, Sheru Bharadwaja!

This free community dance class held outdoors on the West Village green (The Commons) is a high energy, fun dance session open to all. No experience required, only enclosed shoes and a love of dancing! Explore dance through the ages: from iconic 70s and 80s, right through to modern day street-dance.

The Commons, West Village is in the same precinct as Metro Arts.



4:30pm, Sat 8 May


The Common (West Village Gardens)
97 Boundary Street, West End


60 mins


Sheru Bharadwaja
Sheru Bharadwaja found his passion for dance in 2005. He was immediately committed to learning the authentic foundations of street dance – primarily Popping and Locking, training under some of the world’s best. He has many notable achievements as a solo dancer (both competition and performance based), and has also helped co-found multiple successful groups which have gone on to become Hip Hop Internationals national champions, perform professionally around the world, and garner an invite into Hollywood director Jon M. Chu’s Legion of Extraordinary Dancers (The LXD).

Sheru has recently ventured into live dance-theatre, creating shows for QUT’s Robotronica as well as a contemporary work at Phluxus2’s IndepenDANCE called Sound’s Good. His on-going passion project is studying the relationship between human movement and music. This study removes the framework of structured dance style and looks at the creation of a universal set of listening/movement theories, applicable to all dance.




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