Threebee Gear Up for London Mela this Sunday!

Threebee have been training hard for their upcoming performance and will be wowing the crowds with a medley of routines, including their famous rendition of Bally Sagoo’s Stayin’ Alive Desified.
The troupe performed the routine in front of the Britain’s Got Talent judges and received high acclaim, even from the hard to please ‘Mr Nasty’ Simon Cowell. Threebee’s founder and choreographer, Shweta Aggarwal talks about their upcoming performance, “We’ve become more active in the mela circuit since Britain’s Got Talent and since our fan base has widened, melas like the London Mela are great platforms to meet and perform to our fans.”
The London based Bollywood dance troupe became a household name following their success on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent, as the only Bollywood dance company to have ever reached the live semi-final stage of competition.
The London Mela celebrates Asian culture by bringing together the best Asian talent including musicians, singers and dancers from across the globe that will perform to crowds exceeding 55,000.
Don’t miss out on Threebee exploding with Bollywood masti on the main stage at 3.50pm this Sunday!
About Threebee
Threebee is an Innovative Bollywood dance company based in the heart of London!
Threebee artists are more than just dancers; they are performers with creativity, energy and enthusiasm that tell a story through dance – this is what makes Threebee a cut above the rest!
Whether you’re looking for rigorously trained Bollywood dancers to perform and enhance an event or you’re simply looking to learn the latest Bollywood and Bhangra dance moves just for fun, Threebee is the answer.  
About Shweta Aggarwal
Shweta Aggarwal, born in India and raised in Japan, comes from a humble family with pretty much no dance background at all. Shweta's passion for dance started at a very young age of eight when she moved to Japan with her family and started performing for community events such as Diwali and Holi balls.
Then she actually started choreographing routines herself at the age of 14. Shweta moved to Bangalore India at the age of 18 for four years for a Computer Engineering degree.
Then upon getting married, Shweta moved to London after which she perused a Master's degree in King's College in Computing and Internet Systems. After working in the IT department in UBS for nearly three years, Shweta gave up her job to chase her dream – have her own dance company.
In the six years since Shweta founded Threebee, apart from training her own dance group and providing dancers, Shweta has worked on a variety of projects from TV & Media to festivals to private events such as weddings and corporate events.  
TV & Media projects include:         
–     choreographed for Threebee dance performances on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent
         choreographed for Laila Rouass on ITV’s Footballer's Wives
         choreographed for Adrian Lester, Jamie Murray and Silas Carson on BBC’s Hustle
         choreographed for Preeya Kalidas on BBC’s Hotel Babylon
         choreographed for Turkish Film Awards
         choreographed the entire musical Bollywood Land in theatres in Madrid last year