The view from my flip cam yesterday as myself and a good 100 others (including Brian Cox, who makes a noted cameo toward the beginning) followed Tilda Swinton and Mark Cousins in a Laurel & Hardy-inspired flash mob dance routine that we had spent the past few days attempting to nail down. I can't say I ended up mastering the routine, but I certainly gave it my all. The dance starts at around 1:45, at which point my camera operating skills are a bit compromised...
Here's someone else's clip of it, from a spectator's perspective (it's a bit more enjoyable to watch):
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