Dancin’ Oxford is performing in public again and holding its free Summer Festival in Florence Park featuring three professional companies and taster Zumba classes.

James Wilton Dance will perform iRobot, a duet on a trampoline, Joli Vyann’s Lançe moi en l’air is a fusion of dance, circus and theatre and there is hip hop in Born To Protest from Just Us Dance Theatre (below).

Oxford Mail: Just Us Dance Theatre

Meanwhile Moving With The Times will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show which is the highlight of the Spring Festival, cancelled this year due to the pandemic.

Jasmine Chiu’s Willow (below) is a dramatised autobiography of a daughter trying to understand her mother’s eccentric behaviour. Contemporary dance solo Just a Minute by Kate Taylor, depicts struggles with mental health in women and Tom N Rob: Together Alone is a short film about how we can all connect despite barriers in today’s world.

Oxford Mail: Jasmine Chiu

Oxford City Council’s Arts Development Officer and founder of Dancin’ Oxford Claire Thompson said: “We have met the challenge of lockdown by moving our activities online, but it can’t compare to being part of a shared experience, so we are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back.”

Dancin’ Oxford's free Summer Festival is on Saturday 3 July, 12pm – 5pm, at Florence Park; Moving with the Times is on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 July at 7.30pm at Pegasus Theatre

Tickets: www.pegasustheatre.org.uk; full programme at www.dancinoxford.co.uk