Theatre: Grandma Remember Me?

‘Grandma Remember Me?’ Photo © Jerome Whittingham

Grandma Remember Me? is a beautiful story told through a mix of puppetry, drama and storytelling. It is written from the perspective of a young child, Lilly, whose Grandma develops Alzheimer’s disease. It explores their changing relationship from Lilly’s initial recognition that there is something wrong with her grandma, through the unfolding challenges and final acceptance and understanding of the disease.

It explores the wider impact on family, the need for support and understanding within our communities and the importance of memories and relationships within our lives and how to keep and treasure them. It is a piece of high quality theatre, very powerful, realistic and deeply moving.

This performance is presented by Butterflies Memory Loss Support Group, and will take place at Kardomah 94, Alfred Gelder Street, on Thursday 25th October at 10.30am.

Tickets are FREE, and can be booked via Eventbrite HERE.