Watch 'The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever' flash mob

Warning: this article may inspire expressive dancing.

Saturday just gone, hundreds of Cathies of all ages and genders gathered at Edinburgh Gardens of 'The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever' to re-enact Kate Bush’s iconic song and dance in billowing red costumes exactly 40 years after the original’s release.

It was the third year in a row for Melbournians, Victorians and visitors participating in the event, dancing for the joy of it, like no-one’s watching.

The event makes a stunning impact thanks to Katherine Brandenberger who is the organiser and creator of the mass-produced costumes which makes the Melbourne event stand out with hundreds in identical outfits.

This year’s event even featured a performance from Kate Finkelstein, taken from her show This Woman’s Work: The Songs of Kate Bush.

Melbourne’s 'Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever' is a not-for-profit event supporting the Safe Steps and the Alannah and Madeline Foundations through a crowd-funder. If you’d like to donate, they are less than $100 away from their goal at the time of writing, just click this link.

If you missed the event in person, here’s a video of the flash mob for you to enjoy.

Check out the event’s Facebook for how you can get involved for flash mobs like these.