PHOTO GALLERY AND REVIEW: Free running at Holkham Hall

FREERUNNING@ at Holkham Hall, performed by Peel Heritage

Climbing the walls of stately homes is not something that would usually be encouraged.

But Holkham Hall, near Wells, provided the stunning backdrop for this spectacular street dance production by Peel Heritage last night.

Under creative director and triple Guinness World Record holder Sam Parham (Pirates of the Caribbean 4, Harry Potter, Woman in Black),FREERUNNING@ brings together 10 of the world's best performers in free running, marshall arts and break dancing.


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Holding 12 world records between them, they wowed the audience with their strength, agility and grace.

The story is set to music both classical and contemporary and tells of the rise to fame of Jake, a homeless teenager who along with his friends, teaches himself the skills of free running, to become a major film star.

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A must see for all ages, free running is one of the most exciting extreme sports around and will feature in the opening ceremony of the Olympics.

Combined with the beautiful setting of Holkham Hall it made for an unusual and enjoyable evening.

The show will be performed again at Holkham Hall tonight and tickets are still available.

They are priced at �15 for adults, �10 for children aged between five and 16, and �45 for a family of two adults and two children.

To book, call 01328 713111.

Grounds open at 6.15pm and the show begins at 7pm.

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