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South London Ambassadors

In 2014, Rosetta Life was awarded a four-year practice based research project funding by Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Charity.

Through a careful process of co-production and co-design, Rosetta Life artists worked in collaboration with South London’s stroke communities to explore whether an interdisciplinary practice that combined song making, music, dance and performance might be effective in supporting recovery among stroke communities. 

In 2018, the London Ambassadors took part in a performance tour to seven locations across the United Kingdom.

Supported by ALF – Active Londoners fund in 2019 – 2020, we were able to grow the group and deliver new performance work with participants from across London.

South London company will continue to develop work and support the scaling up of the work over the next two years  following a successful grant to The Wellcome Trust from King’s College London.


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Marek Dziurman – High frequency deafness – lip-read,stammers and suffered a stroke at the age of 23. I discovered a link between being…
Joe Varona-Lambeth
I arrived from Madrid , Spain to the UK IN 1977, I originally came to get my English qualification to…
I was a lecturer in a school of nursing-Iraq.I was the Founder and Secretary General of the Iraqi Centre for…
pauline 4
Hi my name is Pauline. I was a nurse before I had my stroke. I live in London.  I thought I…
After school I became a gardener for Haringey borough council and then Glendale the company that had the grounds maintenance…
I am a double award-winning artist from the South West of Ireland. I have a 2:1 in sculpture and one…