You may know Diversity as previous winners of TV’s Britain’s Got Talent, when they pipped Susan Boyle to the post to be crowned champions of the show back in 2009.

But if you have never had the opportunity to see them perform live, you've missed the chance to see their intricate and theatrical side.

Known for their street dance style, you could be forgiven for thinking you know what to expect from a live Diversity show. But if you were expecting a show jam packed full of street dance and body popping, you would be very much mistaken.

Tonight’s show at the BIC was part of Diversity’s Genesis Tour, which follows the group's six previous UK sell out tours, marking the final instalment of a storyline which has underpinned their previous tours and sees the boys once again defend the all-powerful Corum, following the return of their nemesis The Destroyer.

Backed by a live band, with live vocals from London based choir The Urban Voice Collective, plus an entourage of backing dancers from Diversity’s previous dance school, Dancework Studio, this show was a visual spectacle.

With incredible acrobatics, magnificent lighting, a variety of daring pyrotechnics and great storytelling choreography, you could have mistaken them for Cirque du Soleil.

A show for all the family, that is both cultured and artistic in its choreography and visual appeal, whilst staying true to Diversity’s fan base who love the back flips, body popping and breath taking stunts.

This show had something for everyone and perfectly demonstrated how the group have developed and diversified in their eight years since winning BGT.

Gemma Varnfield