As associate musician for Re-Live theatre company, Robyn works with an ongoing group of people sharing their experiences of living with dementia. The group originally performed at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff in November 2014 and has continued to support each other, develop their work and give performances around South Wales.
The video, which was live streamed to online audiences across the world, is available to view here. Visit http://www.re-live.org.uk to find more information about their life story work.
Chelsea Choir is an exuberant nonsense-choir. Membership is open to anyone who wasn’t allowed to join their choir at school and is especially open to those who cannot sing.
We shout words, say words, ask questions, ooh and ahh atonally and use many other lesser recognised choral techniques.
Robyn leads the choir playing songs they've written such as 'I am the Squid Pope', 'Wholehearted Wholesale' and 'Sausages!'.
Performed at Chelsea College of Arts and Scribble Pie at The Others, Stoke Newington.
Robyn works as an artist with Entelechy Arts creating improvised performances in a care home setting in a project called Walking Through Walls. Alongside two dancers, Robyn drifts through the corridors and when invited from room to room engaging with residents in palliative care through music, dance and conversation.
These are two drawings in response to experiences had in a care home and one recording of a piece of music played on the accordion, recalling an experience which was improvised at somebody's bedside.