A top choreographer is set to teach aspiring urban dancers the best street moves as part of a one-off celebration of hip hop culture.
Andy Instone, who founded his own street dance company Urban Strides, will host a series of workshops for dancers in Dundee as part of Hip Hop Vibe on October 20.
Having worked with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, Sean Paul and Alexandra Burke, Andy will draw on his experience in creating exciting and authentic street dance routines to help discover the next generation of hip hop, house and break dance stars.
Dawn Hartley, Head of Creative Learning at Scottish Dance Theatre, said: "Having Andy come to Dundee is creating a real buzz.
"It’s going to be a brilliant day with a great chance for everyone to learn from fantastic dance experts."
Taking place at the Bonar Hall from 2pm until 9pm, the event will boast a packed programme of graffiti art, DJ skills and dance workshops as well as a party to round off the day.
Classes are available for all levels from beginners to pros, with spaces available to book on the Dundee Rep website.