A unique and original live performance of ‘Halo’, giving members of FYSOT the opportunity to view the inspiring biographical solo piece of work, created by dancer De-Napoli Clarke. The choreographed routine documents a major event in his life, when an unprovoked attack saw his neck broken. Tracking the dancer’s pathway to recovery, the routine provides viewers with an insight into the trauma and heartache of being prevented from pursuing his passion and ultimately, how he overcame it.
Located at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, this film covers the charity dance display ‘Halo’, a highly impressive and insightful choreographed story, presenting the pain and torment of a dancer, who, after an unforeseen and unprovoked attack in which […]
Broadcast on Friday 18th March 2011. Here Pierre shares with us all the amazing things that happened at Find Your Sense of Tumour 2011. Not only do you lucky viewers get to see Pierre, THE FYSOT chair, Eva but special […]
A question and answer session inviting members of the audience to ask ‘Halo’ choreographer De- Napoli Clarke alongside Development Director Kathy Williams a whole host of questions about his inspiring and life changing story.
Part 5 of Joe’s inspiring video series, filmed alongside trusted professional Professor David Walker, sees Joe continue to discuss his decision not to receive further treatment for his cancer and openly and honestly talk about his whole experience, raising further […]