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An evening of East Indian culture, beauty, fashion & food

BOMBAY DREAMS 2012

After two years of setting a standard in the experience of East Indian Culture, Bombay Dreams 2012 promises to be as extraordinary. An evening of beauty, fashion, food delicacies, finery, cocktails, and music, Bombay Dreams pays tribute to East Indian culture in a refined and elegant manner. In a décor conceived and presented by Brian MacFarlane, with accessories from House of Jaipur, the Hilton Ballroom is transformed into a Maharaja's palace. Guests are offered cocktails and Indian delicacies from 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7.30 p.m.

Guests are treated to a presentation of some of our top fashion designers with Meiling, Heather Jones, Peter Elias and Dhishamoorjani for House of Jaipur.

To entertain the guests, Shiv Shakti dancers will present their version of Bombay Dreams, Denyse Plummer will make us love our country, Rikki Jai is warm and engaging and Destra takes us home on a high celebrating the women of our land.

Riddums Productions produces the show with the support of corporate sponsors such as bmobile, IETV, Pantene, bpTT and generosity of suppliers, Bally for hair, Nina Alcantara for make-up, Audioworks and photography by Gary Jordan.

The proceeds are to support worthy charities in Trinidad & Tobago. This year Bombay Dreams will donate the proceeds to The Angels on Earth Foundation, home for abused girls in Central, and The Mary Care Centre, for pregnant teenagers who need a home. So this year, focusing on the plight of young girls in our society. Both charities are run on very low budgets and are in dire need of support.

So we encourage you to come out and spend an evening of refined elegance in East Indian culture at the Hilton Trinidad Ballroom, on Tuesday.

Tickets are priced at $500 General Seating, $1,000 Reserved Seating (VIP)

Tickets are available from:

Veni Mange Restaurant — 624-4597

House of Jaipur — 680 8423

Peter Elias — 622 0442

Meiling — 627 6975

Ria's, San Fernando — 652 2521

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