Past events - 2015

10 June 2015
Paintings in Hospitals

Join Quentin, our Regional Coordinator for the North, for this opportunity to experience a tour of the Paintings in Hospitals North collection, as part of

10 June 2015
OPUS Music CIC

OPUS Musicians, specialists in taking music-making into healthcare settings, will be making music for and with the children, their families and staff at Nottingham Children's Hospital.

10 June 2015
Free Word

Working Well

Wednesday 10 June from 10am – 1pm

Free Word Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3GA

11 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Hull Integrated Community Stroke Service  have been working together to create a programme of creative music-making workshops with integrated stroke rehabilitation to improve well-being and physical

11 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Hull Integrated Community Stroke Service  have been working together to create a programme of creative music-making workshops with integrated stroke rehabilitation to improve well-being and physical

11 June 2015
Joy of Sound (JOS)

London Creativity and Wellbeing Week Joy of Sound (JOS) will offer open access to its award winning Inclusive Music workshops at three London based locations - Sessions are open to all-comers of all ages and abilities.

11 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Hull Integrated Community Stroke Service  have been working together to create a programme of creative music-making workshops with integrated stroke rehabilitation to improve well-being and physical

11 June 2015, 12 June 2015
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Hull Integrated Community Stroke Service  have been working together to create a programme of creative music-making workshops with integrated stroke rehabilitation to improve well-being and physical

11 June 2015
Glazed All Over

Thursday 11th June 4.30-6pm, Come and create a memory lantern to remember lost loved ones in times of darkness

Suitable for all ages & abilities

£10 adults, £8 children

11 June 2015
UCLH Arts

Whattalife! is a new one woman play with music. Kathleen Ferrier was one of Britain’s phenomenal women of the 20th Century. Whattalife!

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