CELEBRATING its 30th Anniversary, Corali Dance Company draws inspiration from the films of Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers for its latest show.

Technicolour Everyday is at Cranborne Cecil Memorial Hall on Wednesday, March 13, 2pm, and combines the technicolour optimism of these post war-musicals with the sunflower filled landscapes of the dancer’s own imagination.

Sarah Archdeacon, Corali artistic director, says: “We’re really proud to have been selected as part of the Rural Tour Dance Initiative and delighted to be taking our most recent show, Technicolour Everyday on the road.

“2019 is Corali’s 30th anniversary and this tour is an important part of a very successful year for the company.”

Corali is a leader in dance-performance created by artists with a learning disability.

Audiences are invited to join the company for a post-show discussion, to meet the dancers and artistic team and discover more about Corali’s creative process.

Tickets and further information is available by going to artsreach.co.uk or calling 01725 517500.