London street dance duo Twist and Pulse will be performing at Pick up the Pace Revisited in February to celebrate 10 years of male dance community participation programmes at Trinity Laban's Faculty of Dance.
One half of Twist and Pulse, Glen Murphy (aka Pulse) was an original member of Pick Up the Pace in 2004, and he and dance partner Ashley Glazebrook went on to come runners up in Britain's Got Talent in 2010.
Pick up the Pace Revisited (22 Feb) is a free day of dance activity featuring films, performances by male dance groups from around the UK and workshops for young men aged between 8-22.
Workshops in Hip Hop, Morris, Physical Theatre, Ballet and Contemporary styles (the latter led by alumnus Will Aitchison, class of 2005) will also take place through the day, led by Trinity Laban, Frantic Assembly, English Folk Dance and Song Society and Royal Academy of Dance.
An all-male performance platform will take place in the Laban Theatre in the evening showcasing performances from hip hop and contemporary dance groups from Wales, Liverpool, Birmingham and London.