Join Our Forget Me Not Project

This project has been funded by the Life Changes Trust and is supporting the Festival & King's Theatres in making Dementia Friendly Communities. This includes programming events and performances which are suitable for people living with dementia and their carer's.

All our Forget Me Not events are free but ticketed. For more information on any of the upcoming events or to be included in our focus groups to help plan future events please contact Paul:
paul.hudson@edtheatres.com / 0131 622 8444

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Up coming events

We have a number of events coming up in the new year that are specifically sutable for people living with dementia. If you would like to book for any of the events below, please call the box office on 0131 529 6000

Audio Listing of Events for the Visually Impaired:

THE FESTIVAL THEATRE CLUB

Festival Theatre Drop In Café
Second Tuesday of each month, 11.30am-1pm

The drop in café at the Festival Theatre is for anyone affected by
dementia. Drop in to say hello and have a chat over tea, coffee
and cakes.

The Festival Theatre Club
Third Thursday of each month, 1pm-2.30pm

Is a drop-in social group for people who support or care for someone living with dementia. Meets in the café at the Festival Theatre.

Call Paul on** 0131 622 8444 **for more information or
email paul.hudson@edtheatres.com

Dementia Friendly Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Fri 14 October 1.30pm

We are delighted that the Festival Theatre will be presenting Scotland’s first dementia friendly performance of a major touring musical.

During the show the lighting levels in the auditorium will be brighter and sound levels reduced. People will also be able to come in and out of the auditorium during the performance and see the show in the bar on TV screens. And of course joining in with the singing will be encouraged and applauded!

Tickets £12

Please book through the Box Office on 0131 529 6000 or in person at the
King’s or Festival Theatres box office.

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