Stroke Odysseys is an ambitious piece of dance theatre performed by an ensemble of stroke survivors, supported by professional dancers, singers and musicians.
The show explores intertwined journeys of recovery from stroke and asks what impact the act of storytelling through dance and song may have on the brain’s ability to heal itself.
This new production by award-winning choreographer Ben Duke and composer Orlando Gough is commissioned by Rosetta Life – a charity that changes the way we perceive the frail and disabled.
Post Show Talk
TORCH present a discussion featuring Professor Sally Shuttleworth, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford and Dr David Henderson Slater, consultant in neurological disability and rehabilitation, Oxford Centre for Enablement.