Circus invites audience to follow acrobats across Leeds

Acrobat Maddie McGowan, of Stumble dance Circus, rehearses for Second Breath in the shadow of Bridgewater Place. PIC: Steve Riding
Acrobat Maddie McGowan, of Stumble dance Circus, rehearses for Second Breath in the shadow of Bridgewater Place. PIC: Steve Riding
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Circus acrobats will use part of Leeds as their stage as they put on an unusual one-off open-air performance.

Non-profit company Imove Arts will take part in Second Breath – a roving production around Holbeck – on Saturday.

The public is invited to follow the travelling circus as it starts at Granary Wharf at 2pm and at 8pm.

Audience members will wear headphones to listen to specially composed music and see impressive projected images while they move between locations.

Acrobats from Stumble dance Circus will include an aerialist and a cyr wheel performer. Tessa Gordziejko, of Imove Arts, said the performance would involve “physical feats, newly commissioned dance music and mind-bending projections”.

Tickets for the performance are priced at £5 and £10. See www.imovearts.co.uk

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