Ballet at Galsworthy

The residents at Galsworthy house nursing home in Kingston upon Thames enjoyed their first ever ballet show in the home this week.

Residents, some family members and the care team enjoyed performances from a number of different ballet productions which were performed by 10 ballet dancers from Chelsea Ballet School.  The dancers performed Odette’s Variation from Swan Lake  ( danced by Hirko Walsh), Beauty and the Beast (danced by Kizzie Burkett and Stuart Lorraine ) and the Dying Swan danced by ( Atsuko Hotate ). Atsuko Hotate danced the Dying Swan twice for two members of staff, Robert and Cliff. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the talented dancers and music.

We really look forward to their return next year!

At Galsworthy House care home in Kingston upon Thames we provide the highest standards of residential, nursing and dementia care for up to 72 elderly residents. You can find us in our prime position on Kingston Hill, where our home enjoys wonderful views over Richmond Park, the largest Royal Park in London.

If you would like to find out more about life at Galsworthy House, our events and activities, or would like to arrange a visit to our home, please contact us on 0808 223 5506 or email manager.galsworthy@caringhomes.org.

Galsworthy House

Home Manager

Graeme Redshaw

Address

177 Kingston Hill,
Kingston Upon Thames,
Surrey,
KT2 7LX

Contact
0808 223 5506
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