Performances

Performers wanted, JOY festival- 5 June 2019

JOY is a celebration of local disabled artists, running as part of Hammersmith & Fulham Arts Fest. They are looking for disabled performers, groups or workshops to take part in our performance programme and  singers to take part in the Unity Choir – music created for the borough, by the borough.

Performance, The Singing Hospital - 30 April 2019

To coincide with the exhibition ‘Catch your Breath’, the RCP Museum have partnered with the Singing for Breathing groups at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. The choir will premiere a new participatory composition The Singing Hospital by composer Victoria Hume.
Singing for Breathing workshops support adults with COPD, an incurable respiratory condition which makes breathing difficult but can be better managed through singing.
 

Symposium, Move Dance Feel - 5 April 2019

An evening of celebration to reflect on the success of the Move, Dance, Feel programme. Highlighting the benefits of dance for women with cancer. The event includes a film, presentations and an exhibition. Event 5- 8 April 2019 Maggi's Barts, St Bartholomews Hospital, London EC1A 7BE 

 It is free to attend but please register at movedancefeel@gmail.com 

Hope n Mic, east London – 25 January 2019

This musical event features performances from artists with learning difficulties, and from Dr Sidrah Muntaha, and is being held to raise funds to support music therapy for young people with learning difficulties and autism.

Where: Kobi Nazrul Centre, Hanbury Street, London

Please see attached flyer for more details

Music and Mind, Free Space Project – 30 November 2018

This evening event will feature a mix of European Classical and Indian music performed by celebrated tabla player, Kuljit Bhamra and the Alkyona String Quartet with readings of poetry, spoken word and scientific research interspersing the music by acclaimed actress Saskia Reeves.

Sing to Live annual Winter Concert – 2 December 2018

Sing to Live, Live to Sing is a singing for health and wellbeing programme initiated by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) Council’s Arts Service in partnership with Public Health. Groups meet at 6 different venues across the borough, and are free to attend for all RBKC residents aged 18+.

Singers from across all eight groups invite you to their Winter Concert at The Tabernacle W11, Sunday 2 December, 6-8pm.

Please find further information on the Sing to Live winter programme attached

Stroke Odysseys performance and workshops, Eastleigh – 3-5 October 2018

Stroke Odysseys is a new production from choreographer Ben Duke and composer Orlando Gough, based on a residency with Rosetta Life. 

"A daring movement and song project performed by an ensemble of stroke survivors Stroke Odysseys explores intertwined journeys of recovery from stroke and asks how we ever recover from brain injury or how we remember who we are."

The performance is on Thursday 4th October at 7:30pm 

The Point, Leigh Rd, Eastleigh SO50 9DE

There will be a post-show talk with the cast and creative team.

Taking Note: Poetry in Moments – 1 December 2017

This special evening will see four poets including Jo Shapcott share poems devised with and for the community of Cambridge University Hospitals.

The event will explore the ways that poetry can touch the lives of people in hospital and ask what might poets and poetry prompt people to notice and share? Cambridge Curiosity and Imagination and Addenbrooke's Arts will be presenting the first public performances of new poems written by four extraordinary poets at an event at Michaelhouse Centre, Trinity Street, Cambridge. 6 - 7.30pm

"Under Glass": Salford, Brighton, London, Cardiff – 18 October-25 November 2017

This new Clod Ensemble series of conversations, lectures and workshops will explore specimens and the clinical gaze, and features artists, healthcare experts and thinkers. Highlights include a lecture from globally renowned philosopher and author Havi Carel exploring the experience of illness and receiving healthcare; a behind the scenes tour and workshop inspired Wellcome Collection and Science museum stores; a performance from multi-award winning New York based artist, performer and writer Peggy Shaw; and life drawing workshops in collaboration with dancers and physiotherapists.

XX exhibition and events, Bethlem Gallery – 1 July-26 August 2017

"XX" will include work by over 30 artists spanning the two decades of the gallery's existence. There will be an accompanying programme of events including performance, art workshops and live music.

Opening event: 1 July 3-5pm

"Join us on the opening event with Ismail Ali, Project ALCHEMY, who will be activating our limited edition anniversary mugs with his combined laboratory and theatre - 'Is it Art or is it Science? Who cares when it tastes this good!'"

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