Rosetta Life changes the way we perceive the frail and disabled who live with life limiting illnesses. Our performance, film and writing projects show how these groups can fully contribute to cultural life and how important it is that their voices be heard.

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  • When Things Fall Apart – Tweet from MS Society

    June 13th, 2014

  • Stroke and The Dancers

    Stroke and The Dancers

    June 6th, 2014

    What happens when professional dancers bring their experience to the world of stroke rehabilitation?  What can a dancer’s body sense add to the role of the physio?  What can we learn about Stroke from the experience of dancers?   Rosetta Life, in partnership with The Place, lead a series of groundbreaking workshops on the Stroke Unit of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square.

  • Stroke Odysseys Derry

    Stroke Odysseys Derry

    June 6th, 2014

    Rosetta Life’s Stroke Odysseys is one of the many Derry-Londonderry’s City of Culture 2013 Projects.   It is a song cycle based on the stories and experiences of the Stroke Survivors, Carers and Stroke-affected Families of Derry.  Lyricist Chris Rawlence.  Composer Orlando Gough.  Musical Director Sarah Murphy.