Students at the University of Warwick were treated to a feast of talent in June when the campus became host to the largest student arts festival in Europe.
All decked out for the festival
The week-long festival included almost every conceivable art form.
These ranged from pottery and poetry, to early music and drum‘n’bass, along with painting, sound installation and Shakespeare and student drama.
It also had plenty of our favourite excuse to eat floor - breakdancing.
Where are the strings?
Click the images button below to launch a gallery of photographs showing the shapes and spins that impressed the crowds at Warwick Uni.
The standard was really high, from the DJs and the break dancers, so huge credit goes to the Midlands B-Boys and the students from Warwick, Coventry and other Midlands' universities.
See more of the break dancers
Is this student from the Isle of Man?
If you missed the Warwick University gig, you can see the dancers again at the Coventry Sports Centre.
They've started an annual event there called Phoenix Funktion, with a live DJ and cash prizes for top moves.
Catch them at the centre on Fairfax Street from 1-7pm on Saturday 26 June 2004.
Highlights were shown on an open air big screen
The Warwick Student Arts Festival involved about 700 students working on 60 separate events across the Warwick University campus.
Some highlights included:
• Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert featuring a 20-piece Big Band, 250-piece chorus, tap dancer, narrator and specially-commissioned live video art
• A 24-hour DJ Marathon featuring tunes from around the globe and an outdoor performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Midsummer Eve
• A Student Film Festival on a 12 foot high outdoor screen