A Chester based dance company is looking for people to get involved in a new project.

Fallen Angels Dance Theatre, which aims to transform lives through dance theatre, will create a performance called What is being stolen? at the Lache fun day on July 16. The production is based on a real life local story of overcoming adversity.

Part of a project called Bags and Boxes Building Recovery it has received funding from People’s Health Trust.

The group meets every Monday from 12.30-2.30pm at Lache Community Centre, where they will work with dancers for the first hour and then everyone is welcome to drop in from 1.30-2.30pm to help with the development, props, art, drama or just enthusiasm. No experience is necessary.

A dancer from Fallen Angels Dance Theatre

Claire Morris from Fallen Angels said: “We are so excited about this project, there are some amazing people and stories within a local community and we are delighted to have the opportunity and celebrate through performances. The group hopes that this activity will bring people together and more understanding can lead to greater community cohesion.

“The group is looking to create new partnerships within the local community and can offer workshops and performances during the two years so urge people interested in exploring local issues.”

For further information contact Claire on claire@fallenangelsdancetheatre.co.uk, 07801 478 548 or www.fallenangelsdancetheatre.co.uk.