We start this week's gallery of readers' pictures on the theme of dance with a picture by Frederic Fund: "During a final rehearsal, I tried to catch in one still image what dance is all about, movement."
Robert Seeley: "This is a popular music event based in Liverpool called Chibuku and portrays dance as freedom of mind and expression."
Emma Dunne: " Dancer Candice playing with shadows in the studio at the University of Bolton."
Leslie Hotchkiss took this picture at the Sufi Dance Festival, Cairo.
Danielle Fletcher: "Amateur salsa dancers at sunset on Brighton's newly refurbished bandstand."
Mark Ridley: "Caught by the surf. Being a boy - dancing and splashing in wellies!"
Farrah Jarral: "On Clifton Beach this Sindhi snake charmer and his cobra, Naag Rajah, (King of the Snakes) sway together in the breeze. By the Arabian Sea, Karachi, Pakistan."
Nyssa: "I went to the Latin American Festival last weekend and all the groups were dancing while walking towards the destination park. This lady was dancing and smiling as she was really enjoyed it. I love the lovely dance, and the lovely smile."
Chris Osborne: "Three of my children playing pirates on the beach dance in the sunset at Hammonasset in Madison, Connecticut. To be young again and dance away the night with not a worry in sight."
Shaari: "A simple routine though one member is a step off the mark."
Carole Edrich: "Airealism is a surprisingly marginalised performance art and it's difficult to find articles about it. This is a shame as the discipline, control and range of skills required are tremendous and it also incorporates contemporary dance."
Lauren Hewings: "My sister Nina, a dancer."
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