Extreme dancers step out across London

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Dancers from the New York's Streb Extreme Action Dance company put on a series of dance performances using a number of famous landmarks around London this weekend

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One of the performances saw dancers abseil down City Hall on the bank of the River Thames

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The Millennium Bridge was another landmark used by choreographer Elizabeth Streb

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The dancers used bungee ropes to bounce up and down from under the bridge

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The ropes enabled the dancers to kiss the water before springing back up

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Trafalgar Square was also part of the 'Surprises: Streb - One Extraordinary Day' performances

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Dancers wowed the Trafalgar Square crowds with performances on a rotating ladder

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The dancers further delighted the huge crowds as they jumped from a platform in Trafalgar Square

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The dancers performed 'speed angels' at the National Theatre as part of London 2012 Festival

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New York choreographer Elizabeth Streb used urban free running, or parkour, as inspiration