South Side primary kids are reclaiming the streets as they take part in a two-day dance party in Pollokshields, in a bid to increase integration and improve access to the arts.

Following a series of 60 workshops held around Pollokshields primary schools, Kate Deeming is hoping to transform the pavements of the multicultural suburb into a festival of physical expression.

As part of Dance International Glasgow (DIG), the biennial month-long festival of dance staged by the city’s Tramway, this week’s event will be the culmination of six weeks of workshops held in St Albert’s Primary, Pollokshields Primary and Glendale Primary’s and Bunsgoil Ghàidhlig Ghleann Dail.

Entitled Four Corners, the spectacle, in conjunction with Glasgow-based choreography collective The Work Room, will also be chronicled as public photography exhibition, with images taken by photographer Basharat Khan to be displayed in Pollokshields shopfronts later this month.