Dance duo Mandy Yim Ming-yin and Victor Ma Choi-wo, otherwise known as Y-Space, will be conducting a one-off performance this week featuring more than 80 stage artists and dancers aged between six and 70. The production, New Dance Space 2001, is the much-anticipated 'finale' to a series of workshops the dance company has been running since June. The classes were part of an artist-in-residence programme funded by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. 'There will be a part [in the show] when all participants will be performing together,' Yim told Young Post. 'It will be quite a sight.' Since it was founded six years ago, Y-Space has run regular classes for movement artists and dance enthusiasts of all ages. The just-completed workshops included sessions with those as young as six - and their parents - as well as housewives and elderly people. You can catch Y-Space's latest public performance at Tuen Mun City Hall Auditorium on Thursday at 7.30 pm.