Some of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s newest belly dancers will have the opportunity to perform in front of friends and family for the first time at the Veils of Gold showcase next month.
The show features never-before-seen routines by group members of all ages, with community members encouraged to attend to show their support or find out more about the troupe.
Veils of Gold teacher Natasha Dacey has been dancing with the troupe for more than 10 years and said she was proud of the way the group welcomed new members of all backgrounds and abilities.
“I have to say, it’s the inclusiveness of all the women that I love most about it,” she said.
“It’s not just a dance group, it’s very much a group of women who support each other through thick and thin.”
The troupe meets once a week and sessions are suitable for all fitness levels.
“No matter what level you are at, you are moving and it’s really good for health benefits in that way,” Dacey said.
“It doesn’t matter what shape, size or energy level you are at, there is something that everybody can do.”
Women and teens aged 15 and over can join the Veils of Gold troupe, with there being no obligation to participate in public performances.
The showcase will be on April 5 and 6 at the Goldfields Repertory Club from 7pm-11pm.
Supper is provided, with tickets from goldfieldsrepclub.org.au for $25.