Fallen Angels Group in Liverpool has been running since 2011. It creatively explores recovery from addiction through movement.

Workshops and projects are led by professional dance artists from Fallen Angels Dance Theatre through the Artistic Direction of Paul Bayes Kitcher – himself in recovery from addiction, with over 30 years professional experience in dance.

You can expect a high quality experience including:

  • physical warm-up
  • exploration of our stories through creative movement
  • cool down and stretches
  • fun and laughter

The emphasis is on the group experience and achieving something special together. Some of our projects lead to performances when members of the group are ready and feel confident. There will also be opportunities for social activities as a group such as going to the Theatre, and recovery/community events.

Where: The Black-E 1 Great George St, Liverpool L1 5EW

When: Weekly Thursday’s 1-3pm

Who: Adults in Recovery from addiction and/or experiencing mental health challenges.

Funded by:
P H Holt Foundation and other local trusts and foundations

Fallen Angels Dance Theatre’s Liverpool Community Recovery group pays tribute to the life and creativity of Frank Marnell.

Set in Liverpool’s historic Anglican Cathedral, with a voice over poem by Frank Marnell, read by Linda Lewis, to the music of New Note Orchestra. Film by First Take Films The group explored themes of light and hope for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.

Previous Projects

Other projects which our Liverpool group have been part of include a performance on the steps of Liverpool Cathedral, Art, Addiction and Advocacy at Liverpool Tate Exchange and Together While Apart

Join in

We welcome adults in Liverpool who are in recovery to join our weekly group. Please contact for more information.
You can find out how to refer someone here.

Black and white photo of Fallen Angel Dance Theatre dancers in front of the Liverpool Cathedral