Free-Running Performance At Waterside
6:03am 27th April 2014
Young people in the Aylesbury Vale who have had the opportunity to perform - get their chance later at an annual Dance Festival today.
A number of Parkour workshops have been taking place at the Waterside theatre in Aylesbury.
The free-running workshops were organised by "professional" free runners and ends in a performance piece as part of the annual Activate Youth Dance Festival this afternoon.
The exciting form of urban acrobatics has captured the imagination of audiences all over the world and 8-14 year-olds have been mastering the basic techniques.
Those taking place will be part of a performance piece as part of the annual Activate Youth Dance Festival today at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre.
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