Artist in residence Sofie Layton worked with GOSH’s arts programme GO Create! over 12 months to produce the work
The Independent has been following Rowan as part of the Give To GOSH appeal
You can now enter our draw to win one of eight pairs of tickets to her sold-out UK tour shows
There are only a few hours left to bid for some unique and original items in our final charity auction
Alfie Morgan-Connolly was recently fitted with a cochlear implant at the hospital after being born with a congenital defect
Actor and Great Ormond Street Hospital supporter Richard E Grant on the groundbreaking work of the Louis Dundas Centre
Three amazing survivors share their stories with Jamie Merrill
A letter from the parents of a GOSH patient to the readers of The Independent
'He was in the playground for the first time - he could never do that before'
Karen Attwood reports on the remarkable palliative care and support offered by Great Ormond Street's Louis Dundas Centre – and goes on the road with Dr Finella Craig to meet the parents of three patients, past and present
Libby was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth and needs regular intravenous antibiotics and check-ups to monitor her lung function
'You can’t stop yourself being upset – if you stop being upset that’s when you have to stop doing the job'
The GO Create! programme aims to engage children through musical performances, visual art, poetry and dance
Hannah was born with Pfeiffer Syndrome with a cloverleaf skull, and passed away in 2014
'Anyone can learn to DJ if they put their mind to it, but that’s the case with any craft'
Professor Myra Bluebond-Langner on a revolution in the treatment of children under way at the Louis Dundas Centre