Long Owl: From the Bedroom to the Bathroom, passing White Owls in Flight
A remarkable fusion of movement and poetry led by Sue who has motor neurone disease. Pushes the envelope of dance to reveal intimate words about the inner state of this unjust condition. Reinstates the concept of slow. A Rosetta Life Production for the Cultural Olympiad.
Please Keep in Touch
In recent years Patrick has become progressively ‘locked in’ by Progressive Supranuclear Palsy. Here, a dance with Rosetta Life’s Lucinda Jarrett frees him to get back in touch with himself. Movement unlocks Patrick’s identity. The power of touch.
A film about dancing for Dementia – an integrated group, dancing around issues of dementia, mood and memory.
Cambridge University Hospital Dance Project – It’s Something Different
In 2014, Cambridge University Hospitals invited DanceMoves to devise and deliver a series of dance workshops for patients and staff from the Department of Medicine for the Elderly and Neuro-rehabilitation wards. ‘It’s Something Different’ is a snapshot of the different sessions and the staff involved in the pilot project.
Remembering Who I am – A stroke rehabilitation project using dance and movement
In 2013,The Place in collaboration with Rosetta Life, set up a series of movement workshops for stroke patients in rehabilitation at the National Hospital for Neurological Surgery. This video documents the experiences of the patients and the staff involved in the project.
The Saturday Club
Young people facing the loss of a parent find support in each other and describe their feelings. Through moving and dancing together they discover trust and find a way forward. A Rosetta Life project at St Michael’s Hospice, Hereford.
A film by Filipa Pereira-Stubbs of her work at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge.
The Pneuma Project, Spring 2015
Miranda Tufnell, DanceArtist
A performance collaboration between Miranda Tufnell, David Ward, Sylvia Hallett with Jonah Brody, Cai Tomos, Eeva-Maria Mutka and Tim Rubidge. Film by Tomo Brody and Christo Wallers
‘A film of stills’ is a collaboration between lead dance artist Louise Klarnett and photographer Rachel Cherry created in Spring 2016 with our beautiful RE:Generation Dancers.