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Bollywood in the Boo

 

AFTER selling almost 200 tickets only 48 hours after opening sales, excited partygoers descended upon the Mirboo North Shire Hall for the annual A Night in The Boo event recently.

After great feedback from last year’s event, event organisers Boo Events mixed things up a little this year – Bollywood style.

Catered by local chef Jaci Hicken of Jacican, guests enjoyed a traditional Indian feast including curry, naan bread, pappadums and rice – with a little something sweet to follow in the form of Indian style donuts.

The shire hall looked a treat, with beautiful vintage Indian sarees hanging from the ceiling and brightly coloured floral displays by local florist Jenny Morrison.

There were plenty of “oohs” and “ahhs” from excited guests, who arrived for the evening in their Bollywood inspired best.

Guests were entertained by talented Bollywood Duo the Singh Sisters, who packed the dance floor early with their Bollywood dancing workshops.

They were followed by four piece band Chasing August who, back by popular demand from last year’s event, again filled the floor into the early hours of the morning.

Organisers already have some great ideas for next year’s event.

Boo Events proudly support the Mirboo North Football Netball Club and would like to acknowledge all of the hardworking volunteers who help to make this event possible.

Teamwork: from left, the Boo Events team Jessie Holland, Christina Stoeterbecker and Stacey Harriage put together a successful Bollywood in the Boo night to support of the Mirboo North Football Netball Club.

Short URL: http://thestar.com.au/?p=21872

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