Acrobats from an experimental circus company put on an impromptu show outside Huddersfield Railway Station.

The Barely Methodical Troupe (BMT) performed tricks from their brand new show KIN and can be seen on stage in Huddersfield on Thursday (April 7).

The troupe showed off some of their breath-taking moves against the historic backdrop of the station frontage.

After blasting onto the UK circus scene in 2014, BMT – dubbed Britain’s hottest young acrobats – have added two new members to their team.

Trained in different disciplines of dance and movement the troupe is said to have a “thirst for breaking boundaries.”

The Barely Methodical Troupe performing at St George's Square, to promote their forthcoming LBT show.

Experts in parkour – a style of military-inspired free running – and B-boying, or break-dancing, the troupe returns to the Lawrence Batley Theatre.

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The show is a fundraising event in aid of Kirklees Theatre Trust.

Falling and catching, trust and balance, tumbling and flying are the stock in trade of award-winning BMT.

Their show Bromance, exploring the subject of male companionship and its limits, won the Total Theatre & Jacksons Lane Award for Circus.

Bromance, the gravity-defying show by circus skills exponents Charlie Wheeller, Louis Gift and Beren D'Amico - coming to the Lawrence Batley Theatre

Bromance won rave reviews and The Stage magazine described it as “a jaw droppingly magnificent show.”

Outside Huddersfield station there were also a few open mouths among train commuters on Wednesday lunchtime.

The LBT show starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost up to £12. for details ring the box office on 01484 430528.