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  • Music & Drama Education Awards 2024

What’s the worst that can happen? It already has… So let’s go!

What’s the worst that can happen? It already has… So let’s go!

About Me

My name is Nathaniel Dye and at the age of 36, I was diagnosed with stage 4/incurable bowel cancer. I hope to survive at least a year, but my chances of making it past five are under 10%.

I may be dying but, for now, I choose to live and show the world through words and deeds that it’s possible to live a full life post-diagnosis. I owe it to everyone I love and who is supporting me along the way to keep going, keep running and stay as fit and active as possible in the hope that I can live that little bit longer. To raise awareness along the way in the hope that others – unlike me – can maybe catch cancer early enough to give them a hopeful prognosis...

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About Me

My name is Nathaniel Dye and at the age of 36, I was diagnosed with stage 4/incurable bowel cancer. I hope to survive at least a year, but my chances of making it past five are under 10%.

I may be dying but, for now, I choose to live and show the world through words and deeds that it’s possible to live a full life post-diagnosis. I owe it to everyone I love and who is supporting me along the way to keep going, keep running and stay as fit and active as possible in the hope that I can live that little bit longer. To raise awareness along the way in the hope that others – unlike me – can maybe catch cancer early enough to give them a hopeful prognosis...

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I’m proudly fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Care because they have already given me so much support in the form of medical information, counselling, media opportunities, a free will, and the chance to enjoy one last London Marathon. Macmillan are well and truly there for people with cancer and those around them and your donation will really count!

The Bucket List

Money Raised
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Events Coming Up
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Biscuit Day Celebration

Record my Cancer Concept Album

Conduct a Symphony Orchestra

Run the length of the UK mainland from Land’s End to John O’Groats (LETJOG)

From The Blog

I’m not sure whether to call this a race report or concert review but here goes! It’s strange what a person can get used to. Pre-diagnosis, I found a way to normalise an alarming frequency of to…
In the run up to London Marathon day (T-7 days, precisely!) I’ve been asked all sorts of questions by all sorts of people, and this looks like continuing into next week with interviews lined up for tv…
Oh how the tables have turned! This week, it’s me who’s had to be careful around people because I’ve been the infected one not wanting to pass it on.  What started as a scratchy throat sp…
I’m not feeling very well.  If you’ve kept half an eye on this blog in recent weeks, that will come as no surprise.  But I’m not talking about chemo; I’m talking about the throat/h…
Did I mention that chemo is repetitive?  Chemo is repetitive.  Cycle 4 feels just like the other three this year.  Same procedures, same tablets, same tingles, same nerve pain, same exhaustion, same s…
Here’s another blog brought to you by post-chemo steroids.  I wonder if they’ve brought on some performance-advancing advantages.  I don’t feel like doing much moving today, but my brain is ticking ov…