Arts on Wards at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Ward 15 for Older People

ward 15  Arts Connect is currently working with a hospital team to refurbish the Older People’s Ward  to make it more accessible to people with dementia.
This includes planning a new colour scheme and signage which will help patients find their way around, new seating areas and a relaxing new Day Room.

 Arts Connect has provided framed photographs of local landscapes in four seasons for patient bays and bedrooms. Many of these were donated by local photographers who took part in a previous Arts project ‘Green Chain Captured’ featuring views along the Green Chain walk which passes through the borough of Greenwich. The photographs are changed every three months to herald the new season.


‘A Lighter Note’ music and singing programme

Patients who are in hospital for many weeks really appreciate a break in their routine with visits by musicians and perhaps an opportunity to lift their spirits by singing along to some well-known tunes. If you are a musician aged over 18 and able to play to a professional standard, please check the Opportunities page for details of current opportunities for musicians.


"Your Time for Flute & Harp" Music Residency Report

harpist massone  Harpist Federica Mossone together with flautist accompanists Jennifer Raven and Adel   Sahnoun performed for patients receiving treatment at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (and other former South London Healthcare NHS Trust hospitals) during 2012-13.

The Residency sessions were funded by Austin & Hope Pilkington Charitable Trust and the Radcliffe Trust. The Residency was the initiative of Jennifer Raven and Federica Mossone, Masters graduates and alumni of Trinity Laban Conservatoire in Greenwich.

To view  the Your Time for Flute & Harp Residency Report, please click on the link below.

Your Time For Flute & Harp Music Residency Report