The streets of Woolwich set to be taken over by a mass participation event

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The streets of Woolwich set to be taken over by a mass participation event

The streets of Woolwich are set to be taken over by a mass participation event - aiming to reconnect the community through dance.

From this month performances will begin springing up around the bourough - with the flash mobs getting bigger and more extravagant until the event ends in August.

The project called 'invisible dancing' will involve more than 200 people. James Dickman has been speaking to the choreographer. 

The performances by Protein are taking place in Woolwich centre and running until the 4th of August.

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