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Theatre in the Bush 2018

It was amazing to perform “Auditions for Titanic 2” in 2018 Theatre in the Bush.

Photos Credit: Bruce Barrett Photography

Theatre in the Bush | Photo Credit: Bruce Barrett Photography
Theatre in the Bush | Photo Credit: Bruce Barrett Photography

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First We Eat joys with Dr. Suzanne Crocker and Family

First We Eat mission: Dr. Suzanne Crocker, Miche Genest, Hector, Cindy, Arno, and two beautiful dogs.

It was beautiful to be back in our historic Dawson City at the place of my wonderful host Dr. Suzanne Crocker and family. I went to support Suzanne’s amazing mission called “First We Eat”, which is based on local farming and eating. She already has completed one year of eating locally. Her work will not only help the farmers of Dawson City, but also the Yukon’s whole agriculture industry!

It was an absolute pleasure for me to train 60 farmers in Dawson City how to dance Bhangra. We we all danced together like a close-knit community of friends.

Dr. Suzanne Crocker is a retired family physician. She and husband, Gerard Parsons (also a retired physician), their three children, two cats and a dog live like a perfect and wonderful family in a beautifully created log home.

Sharing many meaningful conversations on many important topics with Dr. Suzanne Crocker, Dr. Gerard Parsons, writer Miche Genest, Hector, Cindy and Arno, I would say it was an absolute delightful experience to sleep two nights in a home where hand-crafted creativity is visibly seen in the every corner.

First We Eat mission: Dr. Suzanne Crocker, Miche Genest, Hector, Cindy, Arno.
First We Eat mission: Dr. Suzanne Crocker, Miche Genest, Hector, Cindy, Arno.

People at First We Eat food and Bhangra dance gathering at a Dawson City farm.
People at First We Eat food and Bhangra dance gathering at a Dawson City farm.

Exploring beautiful Dawson City on the sidelines of our First We Eat passion.
Exploring beautiful Dawson City on the sidelines of our First We Eat passion.

Here is the sneak preview of the First We Eat mission:-

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Thank you, Squamish, for generous love!

All big bhangra smiles| Photo by Sara Stuart

It was my pure honour to see so many amazing people at “Bhangra Dance and Fitness Workshop”, which I organized at Squamish Dance Centre in Squamish, BC on March 3rd, 2018. Thank you so much, Squamish’s beautiful souls, for so much love and respect to my work. I truly felt blessed with your wonderful presence at my gathering! For me, it was a delightful moment to share the gift of bountiful happiness, high-energy workouts, active-and-simple living, togetherness, and positive dance energy with you lovely folks of Sea to Sky Country.

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Pink Shirt Day in Watson Lake, Yukon

Students and Gurdeep Pandher working on song vocals in the school gym

Today, at Watson Lake Secondary School, we wore pink shirts and danced Bhangra on Pink Shirt Day to raise awareness to stop bullying in our schools, homes, workplaces and online. Thank you, Watson Lake, for inviting me and hosting such wonderful event for this very important cause. We all need to stand together against bullies and everyone deserves safe and healthy spaces to live their lives to the fullest.


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Squamish Bhangra Dance-Fitness Workshop

Squamish Bhangra Group

Please join Gurdeep Pandher at Squamish Dance Centre on August 31st 7:30 PM for a one and half hour long bhangra fitness workshop! Bhangra dance is entertaining and also a great high-energy workout activity. This form of dance is also used by many participants for fitness or health and wellness goals!

Gurdeep Pandher is a Whitehorse (Yukon, Canada) based Bhangra artist and an author. The works of art he created in order to bring people from all backgrounds together to promote inclusivity and diversity through his dance arts have gone viral and been published internationally. His performances and videos crossed many borders and were watched by millions from all over the world. Gurdeep’s works have been published by BBC News, CBC National, The Globe and Mail, CTV News, and many international art and media organizations. Governmental bodies including Canadian Embassies/High Commissions abroad also published Gurdeep’s works to exhibit an ebullient Canadian multiculturalism and the wondrous side of our great nation.

This workshop is suitable for the complete beginners and for those who have absolutely no experience or idea what the bhangra dance is! Gurdeep will introduce top and commonly used bhangra steps along with providing brief details on the history/background/world of the dance form. This workshop will also be a great opportunity for you to decide if you would like to continue to follow passion for bhangra dancing and fitness in future.

Place: Squamish Dance Centre, 38924 Queens Way, Squamish, BC
Date: August 31, 2018 (Friday)
Time: 7:30 PM to 9 PM (Doors open 7:00 PM)
Price: $20

Please click here to buy tickets

Important Notes: –

  1. Although advance reservation is recommended, but you can also get tickets at the door. You can pay with your debit or credit cards at the door too.
  2. Please bring your sports or running shoes! It is important to wear right shoes for this workshop so that you can jump and bounce.
  3. Doors open at 7:00 PM. Please arrive at 7:15 PM so that we are fully ready to start the workshop at sharp 7:30 PM.


This is a frequently asked question. Anyone who is 10 years old or older can join the workshop. We love small children too, but it is always wonderful to have a separate workshop only for those cute-little ones. Gurdeep is often invited to schools for workshops, so your kid’s school can also consider hosting this type of workshop for the school students. You can suggest your kid’s school to contact Gurdeep via this contact form!

Gurdeep has an excellent and very positive experience working with both primary and high schools in Canada. References are also available from the schools which previously invited Gurdeep for school-wide big workshops or small classroom lessons.

What to Wear:-

Any kind of comfortable clothes are OK, but a T-shirt or tank-top with yoga/exercise pants or shorts are most suitable for Bhangra dance jumps. Please come in workout or running or sports shoes! Please do bring a bottle of water!

Facebook Event Page:-

We have our Facebook event page in place. Please visit it to RSVP!

What Kind of People/Professionals Attend Gurdeep’s Workshops?

All kinds, please watch this video:-

Refund or Cancellation Policy:-

Please read our “Refund or Cancellation Policy“!

Liability Release Form:-

Gurdeep Pandher’s events (workshops, classes or sessions) are subject to terms mentioned in “Liability Release Form“. Please read them thoroughly before you attend the classes!

How to Contact the Organizers:-

If you have any questions regarding the workshop, or media inquiries, please use this contact form!

More info:-

Please visit for more information!



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Dawson City Shiver Fest

On January 27th, Dawson City residents proved that they just love dancing! It was wonderful to present the bhangra workshop and then to perform at 2018 Shiver Fest organized by Dawson’s Shiver arts society. Thank you all for participating! Thank you, Monique Chatterton, for being my co-performer. Thank you, Erika MarziBoddie, for including my work in your amazing festival!

Photos by: Nate Jones

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Fashion candidates learning some Bhangra moves

Fashion candidates learning some Bhangra moves from Gurdeep Pandher on the sidelines of The Queen’s Fashion Show on Saturday! The show was a part of the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous!

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