Chester based Fallen Angels Dance Theatre whose aim to transform lives through dance theatre is looking for local people to get involved in their project: “Bags and Boxes Building Recovery” with funding from Peoples Health Trust.
They are hoping to get the local community involved.
Their workshops are based on a real life local stories of overcoming adversity. Many of the themes that come through the story resonate with the group - experiences barriers and challenges, breaking the cycle, and finding recovery from within.
The group meets on Mondays 12.30-2.30pm at Lache Community centre where they need members to support with props, art, drama or bring their enthusiasm. No experience necessary.
Claire Morris from Fallen Angels says “we are so excited about this project, there are some amazing people and stories within a local community and we are delighted to have this opportunity and to 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 2 years so urge people interested in exploring local issues.
Fallen Angels are running a Family Workshop at Lache Community Centre on Monday 31st October from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. The group are also hosting an open workshop on Monday 7th November at Lache Community Centre from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.
If you would like further information about the group and performances of Fallen Angels Dance Theatre you can contact Claire on: e: email@example.com / m: 07801 478 548 or w: www.fallenangelsdancetheatre.co.uk