PICTURES: Brendan Magaar/ African News Agency (ANA)
PICTURES: Brendan Magaar/ African News Agency (ANA)
B-BOYS, B-girls and hip hop fanatics presented a scintillating showcase of dance and talent in the Mother City this weekend, as part of the 8th edition of the city’s biggest Street Dance Production, Cape Town’s Most Wanted.
The annual dance spectacular offers a platform for Cape Town’s finest hip hop dancers, crews and choreographers to showcase their talents with jaw-dropping performances on the Artscape Theatre stage.

The opening night show saw more than 230 incredibly talented performers take to the stage and put on a world class performance for a sold-out arena. 

This year’s event was again produced by The Dance Project and Triple C.
In recent years, the production has continued to grow from strength to strength, and has enjoyed resounding success by bringing together acclaimed individual performers from across the city with over 25 different crews, collaborations, solo acts and guest performances featuring some internationally-acclaimed dancers. 

Dancers as young as six were given the platform to show off their talents and wow the crowds, holding nothing back with their incredible diversity, creativity, dexterity and performances.
The "co-creation" of talent on one stage also provided an opportunity for guests to witness the raw technique, swagger, passion and intensity of the live performances, brought to life with music by DJ Lunga Tshuka on the decks.