It’s Dementia Action Week next week and St Helens Arts Service are hosting ‘I Don’t Know What I’m Supposed to be Doing’ – a new show about dementia.
Thursday 24th May
Chester Lane Library – 1.00pm
Eccleston Library – 7.00pm
Show length: 70 minutes
(BSL Interpreted Performance)
A funny, moving, inspiring tale using poetry, theatre and library books.
‘I Don’t Know What I’m Supposed To Be Doing’ is an emotional story based on the life of Emma’s mum before and after getting dementia and the impact on loved ones.
Though not specifically designed for people with dementia it is suitable for anyone interested in it, including those affected by dementia – those in the early stages, family, carers, health professionals – and others.
Tickets cost £6, £5 (St.Helens LibraryCard Holders) and £3 (concessions).
Book online at: www.culturalhubs.eventbrite.co.uk or call into any library in St.Helens to purchase your tickets.
Free tickets are available for carers and support workers.
For enquiries, please call: 01744 677087 .
Click here to view the flyer.