British Asian choreographer and fashion designer, Saran Kohli is to perform at the Breakin’ Convention next month it has been announced.

Presenting his lauded piece, Molecules of a Dream, on Sunday 3 May, Saran will perform alongside UK and international companies and crews as part of the festival’s four-day programme from 1st – 4th May.

Now in its 12th year, Breakin’ Convention is one of the major highlights on the British dance calendar and one of the world’s greatest celebrations of hip hop culture.

This popular Sadler’s Wells Production is hosted and curated by Associate Artist Jonzi D.

Marking a milestone for the British Asian artist to be performing at the globally reputed festival, Saran Kohli will marry his two passions – design and dance – in a slick, street reinterpretation of Queen’s infamous Bohemian Rhapsody.

Saran Kohli is a London-based choreographer and menswear stylist/ designer with his own bespoke menswear label, who fuses the elements of dance and sartorial style to create a chic, performance art genre entitled “Streetorial”.

Molecules of a Dream provides 'an energised insight into an individual’s dreams of hope, freedom and happiness interpreted through dance and movement, representing the molecules that clash within the current system of social and economic edifice'.

Dance has been embedded in Saran’s DNA since the age of four, inspired by idols such as Michael Jackson, James Brown and South Indian artist Prabhu Deva, who infused his childhood with their inimitable melodies and movements.