WHILE the wind blew a gale around Bournemouth on Friday night, street dance troupe Flawless were busy blowing the roof off of the Pavilion Theatre.

The crew, who rose to fame in the third series of Britain’s Got Talent, competing against Diversity in the final, are back in the UK to perform a “reboot” of their Chase The Dream Tour, having just finished taking the show around the world.

Through some sharp choreography, poetry and prose (who knew you could perform a routine to spoken word?) we are introduced to a series of everyday characters who have lost their way in life during a thought-provoking first half.

We even had a quick dance lesson ourselves – to be filed away for use later in the show.

The stressed businessman; the troubled youth; the aspiring, yet unconfident actor and the selfless music lover then embarked on a futuristic journey to discover their dreams – and their true selves.

Cue an entertaining second half of Michael Jackson references; ‘90s R n B throwbacks; African vibes and jazz-inspired routines.

Huge advocates of giving up and coming performers a chance to shine – Flawless also run their own dance school and summer camp – we were treated to a brilliant performance by Bournemouth-based crew Shake Dance.

After some words of wisdom, when we were urged to “chase the dream, not the competition”, it was time to get up out of our seats to show off those moves.

Slick, full of energy and thoroughly entertaining.