Ri Ri’s Dance Academy was formed by Ria Meera Munshi, in 2011. Our highlights, to date, include: breaking the Bollywood Guinness World Record, performing on BBC3, Channel 4, ITVBe and receiving a number of Business Awards.
Some of our Clients include Lloyds Banking, Talk Talk Technology and the Indo-Latvian Chamber of Commerce, where Ri Ri’s Dance Academy made their global debut.
We perform at high profile Corporate Events, provide exclusive Entertainment and Dancers for Television, undertake creative and innovative commissioned Projects, as well as prestigious one off Theatre Productions.
Our creative team are award winning in their own right, with their work spanning over twenty five years both in the UK and internationally.
We believe Dance and Theatre are for everyone and are committed to creating high quality, enriched, performances for audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
The outstanding prominence that we hold in the industry highlights the supreme excellency we showcase, as a Company.
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