West Yorkshire Playhouse presents Three
Three brand new short plays showcasing unique stories of life and flights of the imagination by rarely heard voices, co-written by people living with dementia and professional writers.
I See Land Ahead by Bob Fulcher & Dominic Gately
Hamari Yaadain / Our Memories by Hamari Yaadain Memory CafÃ© & Ming Ho
A Horse Called Freedom by Rosa Peterson & Barney Bardsley
Following on from the performance of Three, this symposium brings together artists and practitioners to reflect on what it means to work in the arts with people living with dementia.
How can artists explore creativity with people living with dementia?
What are our opportunities and responsibilities?
With a broader understanding of the potential of arts and dementia in recent years, what are the new challenges for this growing sector?
Includes contributions from The Baring Foundation and Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (WCMT), and talks by Churchill Fellows, who are funded by WCMT to research innovative practice overseas and bring back global insights for the UK, becoming leaders in their field.
We have a limited number of additional presentation opportunities at the symposium. If you are interested in presenting your work please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
You must book a ticket for both events:
Ideas and Innovations: Theatre and Dementia