Dancing extravaganza takes place across Canary Wharf this week

PUBLISHED: 12:22 28 June 2013 | UPDATED: 12:22 28 June 2013

Dancing City arrives at Canary Wharf with

Dancing City arrives at Canary Wharf with "Captive" a performance inspired by Rainer Maria Rilke's poem The Panther, in which four dancers perfom inside a large steel cage.


Dancers performed inside a large steel cage, as part of dancing spectacular taking place across Canary Wharf this week.

The act was part of a yearly outdoor event taking place across squares, open spaces, waterfronts and parks around Canary Wharf until Sunday, as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival.

A fiest of bite-sized outdoor dance acts from a cheeky interpretation of the perils of drinking and dancing to close encounters with classical ballet are being performed.

Performers include members of the English National Ballet and dancers from France.

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