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While parkour has awe-inspiring jumps, freerunning brings expression. 3RUN are masters of the art. They perform action sequences for launches, feature films and commercials. Live shows range from 3-5 minute high energy bursts to longer LED-based routines and parkour demonstrations.

Mikey Asante and Kenrick Sandy founded the urban dance company to encourage teenagers to embrace team building and storytelling. They’ve since trained 500 young people and scooped an Olivier award for their version of Pied Piper. The Guardian describe Boy Blue as ‘a full-on assault on the senses.’

Set in a Chicago nightclub, the toe-tapping show transports audiences back to the 20s, lifting the lid on prohibition with a cast of criminals from the dark side of the Windy City. The 10-25 minute all-singing, all-dancing spectacle boasts tunes like All That Jazz, Razzle Dazzle and Mr Cellophane.

The innovative circus creators provide anything from real 10 foot robots, fire and cloud swinging, street dance with LED suits, web spins and tightly choreographed juggling routines. All programmes have a contemporary feel and are totally adaptable to the venue and theme.

Made up of 11 East Londoners, including three sets of brothers, Diversity bodypopped into the spotlight on Britain’s Got Talent. Simon Cowell described the act as “sheer perfection.” They have since released StreetDance 3D and danced at Miss World, watched by 1.2 billion viewers all over the globe.

With partners ranging from Ann Widdecombe to Nancy Dell’Olio, Anton is one of the Strictly favourites. He’s also hosted Hole In The Wall and appeared on Draw It and Victoria Wood’s Midlife Christmas.

The English National Ballet are one of the world’s great dance companies, staging acclaimed productions from both the classical and contemporary repertoire. They can now produce bespoke performances or ‘cut down’ versions of well-known works including Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.

As World Cup fever takes hold, the boys show off the mesmerising art of freestyle football. Conor and Ash have performed at the UEFA Cup Final and in ad campaigns. They also generate excitement onstage, especially when setting the scene for awards.

Best known for their appearances on Got To Dance, Fear of the Unknown comprise 17 artists combining acrobatics, ballet, modern and street dance. Set to a cinematic soundtrack, with colourful costumes and body paints, they see themselves as storytellers.

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