2013 – 2018 Performances in Museums

A series of ground-breaking collaborations with the education and community departments of major museums and arts organisations to coincide with major exhibitions.  Bringing those touched by life-limiting illness into the culture of museums and opera.

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2015 REDEFINING BEAUTY – IN BRITISH MUSEUM DEFINING BEAUTY EXHIBITION

Rosetta Life’s older person’s dance group, named Redefining Beauty, challenge prevailing classical notions of beauty by performing against the backdrop of the Parthenon Marbles.  
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2013 SEIZE THE DAY. POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM – BRITISH MUSEUM

Londoners living with life-threatening illness perform their stories in against the backdrop of the British Museum’s Life and Death of Pompeii and Herculaneum.  
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2017 Redefining Beauty – British Museum Hokusai Exhibition

Hokusai’s Great Wave inspires Redefining Beauty to create a dance in the Great Hall of the British Museum.
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2016 Redefining Beauty – Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Redefining Beauty are invited on to the older people's wards at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital where they dance with patients to Jonah Brody's music.
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2016 Redefining Beauty – V&A Julia Margaret Cameron Exhibition

Redefining Beauty performance inspired by pioneering Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron’s photographs at the V&A.
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