Charlene Low

I’m a choreographer and creative movement facilitator with over 20 years of experience specialising in the delivery of movement to everyone including people with learning disabilities, PMLD, the elderly (Active and those with dementia), children (from toddlers to teenagers) & families.

In 2010 I founded Sardines Dance Collective, which I still direct and my previous work has been funded by Arts Council England and I continue to deliver for companies such as the Unicorn Theatre, GOSH Arts at Great Ormond Street Hospital, Entelechy Arts, South Bank Centre, Blink Dance Theatre and many more.

I’m excited to work with Magic Me as I really love the ethos and drive behind Magic Me and feel that this is in line with my own life goals and morals. I fully believe that life is about bringing people together to build relationships, learning from each other’s experiences and experiencing things together to create a more connected world. Ageing is inevitable, however I feel when we move, dance, sing, paint and get creative, I personally feel freer, happier and have a more positive outlook. I therefore strive to spread this feeling amongst those I work with and deliver to, so that we all feel that anything is possible at whatever age.

I’m hoping to achieve inspiration and growth through a mutual exchange of skills and life experiences with everyone involved, whilst exposing the beauty of multidisciplinary art and pushing boundaries of ageism, cultural stereotypes and disability.