Produced by An Grianán Theatre, and made in association with the Ulster University School of Nursing and Dementia Northern Ireland. It’s a play about dementia, but not really, it’s more a play about memory and life, and how one family finds a way to navigate a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.
It has already received remarkable audience feedback from student nurses, junior doctors, consultant psychiatrists, secondary school students and from people living with dementia themselves.
“This play really touched me and really extended my knowledge in regards to dementia. It illustrated dementia in a light-hearted, emotional and realistic way; we witnessed tears and laughter. My granny has recently been diagnosed with dementia which has been hard for both me and my family to get used to but this play has honestly helped me to gain an insight into how my granny must feel, therefore my patience will be much better from now on.”
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