This summer some of Britain’s best loved Stately Homes, parks and leisure centres will provide the
back-drop to Freerunning@, a spectacular open-air street dance production. The show brings together
some of the world’s best free runners, martial artists and multiple world record holders in an awe-inspiring
display of extreme sports athleticism, agility and acrobatics. Venues include Speke Hall, Croome Park,
Holkham Hall, Harewood, Wollaton Hall and Scone Palace, with additional performances at Grassington Festival,
Bournemouth Littledown Leisure Centre and Newcastle Exhibition Park. The tour will begin at
Grassington Festival on June 23rd with the final performance at Scone Castle in Scotland on August 26th.
Featuring Creative Director and triple Guinness World Record holder Sam Parham
(Pirates of the Caribbean 4, Harry Potter, Woman In Black), the show tells the story of
Jake, a homeless teenager who teaches himself Free Running. A successful open audition as a
film stunt extra gives Jake his big break, but as his punishing schedule filming action scenes gets
underway he realises how much he still has to learn from the likes of stunt coordinator and
martial arts expert Scarlett. When filming is thrown into crisis, Jake is faced with the biggest challenge of his life, both personally
This is the first touring Parkour theatre show in Great Briton. 3run had a somewhat successful stage show but it was based in one theatre.
This show is also supposed to be "interactive" with some of the audience becoming extras and part of the action.
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