Somerset-based performing organisation, called Project Dance Company, has earned the chance to partner with Artsreach, a rural touring charity.

Throughout February, the group will visit rural communities to perform their show, titled Fragments.

Organised by Artisitic Director James Bamford, who was previously an performance artist with the English National Ballet Youth Company, the performance details the ups and downs that comes along with complex relationships.

Bamford has had a lot of experience with performances such as these; just recently he played Tommy the Cat in Dick Whittington at Yeovil Octogon.

He, and the rest of the team, are very eager to start their journey: "We are so excited to have the opportunity to be taking our work into the hearts of communities and feel very grateful to present the work of Project Dance in such a close up and personal setting.”

More information on the group can be found here.