Enriching lives through art and live performance
The arts are enriching, they contribute toward the healing process and lift the spirits. They help body and mind grow. Feeling better is an essential part of getting better.

There is now an overwhelming body of evidence demonstrating that participation in the arts and access to a range of arts opportunities can dramatically improve health outcomes and increase wellbeing. By supplementing medicine and care, the arts can improve the health of people who experience mental or physical health problems. Engaging in the arts can promote prevention of disease and build wellbeing.

“ Live concerts always give people a lift of spirits. They can’t go out to concerts so it’s great we can bring it to them”

diary of events Border Seb and Chris Border
Sebastian Millet and Chris Taylor
16 Aug 2013 to 26 Aug 2013
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Demelza Stafford & Terry Saunders
11 Jan 2016 to 21 Jan 2016
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Charleston Charlies
29 Feb 2016 to 15 Mar 2016
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For people with dementia encouraging the act of reminiscence can be highly beneficial to their inner self and their interpersonal skills. Read more
Art in Health Care Settings...
Art breathes life into what can feel like impersonal spaces. We have exhibited art work in locations including the General Hospital, Rosewood House and Overdale. Read more
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