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Grandma Remember Me? photo: Erwin Van Wanrooij
 
 
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Grandma Remember Me?

Play which demonstrates the effects of Alzheimer's Disease on the family.

Name of organisation:
Az2B Theatre Company

Title of project/programme:
Grandma Remember Me?

Dates of project/programme:
30th September - 1st December 2014

Summary:
Az2B Theatre Company, based in Penryn Cornwall set up in 2012 with the aim “to make a difference and act as a catalyst for change.”

The play, ‘Grandma Remember Me?” is their first production, written from personal experience by Artistic Director, Belinda Lazenby. It tells the story of a grandma who develops Alzheimer’s disease and the impact this has on the whole family.

After three phases of development, it was taking out in 2014 on a national & international tour to outstanding reviews. It has been embraced by a diverse range of partners and used as a creative innovative training tool to raise awareness and support understanding around dementia.

 

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