Bit of a #ThrowbackThursday to when the video booth was at FYSOT 2016 Over 18s.
Teenage Cancer Trust’s very own CEO Siobhan tells us why Teenage Cancer Trust’s 2017 gigs at the Royal Albert Hall are extra special.
If just going to the Royal Albert Hall to see a gig wasn’t enough, well, Teenage Cancer Trust have created the ultimate backstage experience! We were lucky enough to go to London and see what that exactly entails…
Find Your Sense of Tumour isn’t all about the talks and socialising, it’s also about taking part in fabulous workshops, this film highlights some of the workshops on offer at FYSOT over 18s 2016.
Drumsticks at the ready for the Pandemonium Drummers! If you would like to purchase the song please visit Pandemonium Drummer’s website here.
Find Your Sense of Tumour Over 18s 2016 was an amazing weekend, why not relive the weekend all over again by watching this film!
Jen recently attended Teenage Cancer Trust’s Find Your Sense of Tumour Over 18s. We hear all about how memorable the weekend was for Jen.
Brian returns to the FYSOT stage sharing his testicular cancer experiences and how he felt at the end of his cancer “journey” he felt he hadn’t “won” anything, he didn’t feel “inspirational” or “brave”.
Dr. Bob Phillips, Dr. Martin McCabe and Dr. Richard Feltbower take questions from the Find Your Sense of Tumour audience.
Gareth talks openly about his mental health following his cancer treatment and how he’s found his psychology care team invaluable and how now he accepts that you have to give yourself some headspace and a dose of happiness during and […]
Kay Scorah explains how sometimes we find ourselves being defined by our title, our illness, our gender, our race…sometimes, that can limit the way we express ourselves and the way others see us.
Leeds and Hull get in the Rio carnival spirit!