when in roam Thania Acarón / Orphaned Limbs Collective What does ‘home’ mean to you? ‘when in roam’ is a new exciting work which explores the theme of home and belonging using humour and poignant storytelling. This project combines movement, aerial straps, spoken word and original musical composition, bringing about a multilingual performance suitable for all audiences! (Welsh, Spanish, English & French) After roaming Puerto Rico, Madrid and Scotland, this artist collective composed of Wales-based and international performers (Eric McGill, Angharad Jones & Thania Acarón) are roaming near you! ABOUT THE PERFORMER Thania Acarón is a South-Wales based Puerto Rican choreographer, performer and dance movement therapist. Orphaned Limbs Collective is a UK-based group of international dance-artists and musicians. Company members have collaborated since 2012 and have continued to come together to make and perform work in the UK whilst continuing to develop their own independent profiles as artists, teachers and health practitioners.