Fifty dancers take part in Diss ‘flash mob’
Fifty dancers 'flash mobbed' the Park Pavilion in Diss on Saturday for a dance marathon.
The event was part of South Norfolk Council's contribution to the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
In Diss, the council joined the Bandstand Marathon which this year saw 150 bandstands across the UK actively engaged in a cultural performance.
Dance instructor, Scooby from The Garage in Norwich, was invited by the council to create a 'flash mob' in the town.
It attracted 50 dancers who took part in a dance routine to pop superstar Lady Gaga's 'Edge of Glory', choreographed by Scooby.
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Councillor Glyn Walden said: 'The London 2012 Olympics are set to be a stunning success for this country and South Norfolk Council is determined to ensure our community plays its part in that, and that we have some fun doing it too.'
The culmination of the Cultural Olympiad will be the London 2012 Festival, bringing leading artists from all over the world together from 21 June 2012 in the UK's biggest ever festival.
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