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RIFCO ARTS & WATFORD PALACE THEATRE PRESENT 'Break The Floorboards' - a new dance drama ..

‘Break The Floorboards’ – a new dance drama ..

From the award-winning producers that brought you the 2011 smash hit musical 'Britain's Got Bhangra', Rifco Arts and Watford Palace Theatre present 'Break The Floorboards' – a new dance drama. 


All Zain wants to do is dance, but his family, the local fascists and his two left feet are getting in the way.  Fusing the captivating dance styles of Bollywood and Street, this is the tale of one young boy's attempts to escape the grim reality of his recession-hit hometown and turn his life into the glittering world of his Bollywood fantasies.


Written by Yasmeen Khan, journalist and writer of ‘Don't You Know Who I Am?’, advisor to BBC EastEnders’ Masood family storylines and regular on BBC Radio. Directed by Pravesh Kumar, Artistic Director of Rifco Arts and the talent behind numerous hit shows including ‘There’s Something About Simmy’ and ‘The Deranged Marriage’. Choreographed by Andy Kumar, Rifco Arts Creative Associate and Bollywood Choreographer.


Rifco Arts have presented theatre-goers with hit shows such asThe Deranged Marriage’, ‘There’s Something About Simmy’, ‘Where’s My Desi Soulmate?’ and ‘It Ain’t All Bollywood’; now they bring you a new electric feel-good show where Bollywood and Street Dance collide on stage.

Break The Floorboards’ tickets are on sale now at all venues. The show opens at Watford Palace Theatre on the 3rd May before embarking on a UK wide tour covering Warwick Arts Centre, Oxford Playhouse, Oldham Coliseum Theatre, Key Theatre – Peterborough and Theatre Royal Windsor.


Watford Palace Theatre 3 – 11 May  

Warwick Arts Centre 21 – 25 May 

Oxford Playhouse 30 May – 1 June 

Oldham Coliseum Theatre 4 – 8 June 

Key Theatre, Peterborough 11 – 15 June 

Theatre Royal Windsor 18 – 22 June