Dance flash mob paints Leeds pink

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passers-by and churchgoers were taken by surprise as groups of dancers suddenly broke into a routine.

The Pink Flash Dance events took place at Breast Cancer Haven in Leeds city centre and at Calverley Church as part of fundraising activities during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Dance teacher Deanna Morgan, who trained Kimberley Walsh from Girls Aloud, created the routine with four dance schools and it was performed to raise cash for the Haven, which provides breast cancer support. Emma Date, of Attitude Dance in Calverley, also organised for her young dancers to surprise the church congregation with their flash mob.

NEWSUBSTANCE created SPIRIT, a structure that will house 3,000 LED lights, use 10km of coloured string, it is 5 metres above the concourse and overall span is 24m x 14m. NEWSUBSTANCE are a UK studio specialising in dramatic, bespoke performance structures and have created pieces for Take That, Mumford & Sons and even the Beijing Olympics. .'17 November 2016.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

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