‘Streetomedy’ was the word of the day as famous street dance duo Twist and Pulse visited Leyland.
Combining street dance with comedy, the pair wowed budding performers at the town’s Dance Talent Studio in a series of exciting workshops.
Ashley Glazebrook (aka Twist) and Glen Murphy (Pulse), who were runners-up of the fourth series of Britain’s Got Talent in 2010, worked with dancers aged five to teens, from dance school across Leyland.
Sue Vincent, from Dance Talent Studio on Longmeanygate, said: “We invited children from other dance schools in the area to come along as well, because we all have a good relationship, and the kids just loved it.
“We’d asked Twist and Pulse if they could come but we didn’t really know if they would.
“It’s different to get famous people to come to places like Leyland as they’re always based in London, so I was so pleased they came all this way to work with our children.
“It’s just such an inspiration for our youngsters - they were in awe of Twist and Pulse.
“They are really great with the little ones especially, because they combine their street dancing with comedy, so they really connect with the youngsters.
“They were joking around and it was so much fun, but they are also extremely talented dancers as well, so the children really looked up to them.”
The duo also took part in a question and answer session, and talked about their experience on BGT and with Simon Cowell.