Fostering collaborations between different recovery arts groups is one of the key goals of the ARA Network. “Traces through Time” is a groundbreaking fusion of dance, live music, and spoken word. Brought to life by the Fallen Angels Dance Theatre (FADT) and the New Note Orchestra, this collaboration takes centre stage next week in two iconic venues: Chester’s Storyhouse and the Royal Opera House in London.
Special Performances & Booking Details
The performance at Chester’s Storyhouse, on 1st November, will be a visual and auditory treat, exploring addiction recovery through a mixture of eclectic music and stunning dance. Secure your tickets at a special group rate of just £10 (+£1.50 booking fee). For others, standard price tickets are available for £15 each. Grab your tickets for this date here.
For those of you in the capital, while the evening performance on the 4th of November at the Royal Opera House has already sold out, the Sunday daytime Insights event provides a unique offer. If you’re someone on the journey of addiction recovery, you can get a ticket absolutely free. This session is not just a performance, but a deep dive into the creative techniques used to put together Trace Through time, with insights from members of both companies. The event also features a round table discussion on recovery arts practices. If you are in recovery or a local recovery service, simply book here and use the voucher code FALLENANGEL.
For those who can’t make it in person, the session will also be live-streamed on the Royal Opera House’s YouTube channel.
Deeper into the Insights Session
Taking place on Sunday 5 November from 12.30-2pm at the LINBURY THEATRE, Royal Opera House, ROH Insights: Traces through Time, is an ode to recovery. Dive deep with the award-winning Fallen Angels Dance Theatre and New Note Orchestra and see first hand how people from all walks of life are using dance and music in their recovery from addiction. In a panel led by chaired by ARA Network Founder and Performing Recovery editorial board member Dr. Cathy Sloan, there will be an in depth discussion on how recovery arts is helping people across the UK and beyond.
This venture, Traces Through Time celebrates the collaboration between FADT and the New Note Orchestra. This is a collaboration that began at the first Performing Recovery conference in September 2022. The New Note Orchestra is based in Brighton and is a collective of musicians with strong connections to recovery.
For those eager to delve deeper into the ethos and journey of the Fallen Angels Dance Theatre and the New Note Orchestra, you can find an exclusive feature on them in Issue 1 of Performing Recovery.
For more information check: https://fallenangelsdt.org/traces-through-time/