Empower people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, or those living with mental health conditions with our evidence-based creativity and movement projects.

Evidence-Based Movement Interventions for recovery



Our successful services are available to recovery providers and public health commissioners seeking effective interventions in the North West of England.

What can we offer

  • One –off workshops
  • Performances
  • 8 week Movement for Change Course
  • Or choose from 3, 6, 9, or 12-month pilot programs,

Personal development and growth sessions that includes breath work, meditation, movement, and exploring creativity through drop-in sessions, and mini-projects. We offer regular outreach sessions in recovery settings and communities within our hub areas of Greater Manchester, Cheshire, and Liverpool, making our services accessible to those who need them most.


Our experienced dance practitioners collaborate with healthcare professionals to provide a holistic approach that enhances treatment, ensuring effective and positive outcomes. We also offer Tier 4 services to support those in treatment or rehab.

At Fallen Angels Dance Theatre, we understand the needs of individuals in recovery and are committed to delivering high-quality services that make a real difference. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your efforts to improve outcomes for people in recovery in the North West of England.

Consultancy and Mentoring

We also offer consultancy services to recovery organisations, public health commissioners, healthcare providers, and social prescribing hubs outside of our region on optimising dance for people in recovery.

Our Artistic Director and Creative & Strategic Director can facilitate mentoring sessions to support local dance artists to deliver and develop a sustainable activity in your community.


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Contact / m: 07801 478 548 for more details, or to discuss.

Discover more about our impact and theory of change here
Learn about how we support people to strengthen their recovery capital here
Explore our peer-reviewed evidence base here