PEOPLE have been invited to City Park in their lunch break to learn a unique dance routine to a David Bowie classic.

In September Bradford will host the Bubble Up Festival - a two day celebration of Bradford’s links to water. It is part of the Great Exhibition of the North celebration.

The event will include a mass dance to Bowie’s Changes, and a dance has been specially created by Dance United Yorkshire and choreographer Gary Clarke.

To prepare the people of Bradford for the dance there will be a rehearsal event on Tuesday where people can come to City Park from noon to 1pm.

Members of Dance United Yorkshire will be there to talk people through the routine.

All the moves are about water, and how it changes from ice to steam.

The festival, which runs on September 8 and 9, will feature attractions like an urban beach, a water slide down Darley Street and an arts trail that will animate the route of Bradford Beck.

Held at locations across the city centre, it was organised after Bradford Council secured more than £175,000 in funding as a spin off from the GEN – which was won by Newcastle and Gateshead.