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The Patient Participation Group in Haddenham is presenting a short play performed by The Human Story Theatre at Haddenham Library on Wednesday 22nd May at 7.00pm.

The Human Story Theatre present Connie's Colander — a play about dementia

Connie is a retired domestic science teacher. Emily, her daughter, is enjoying hosting her first TV cookery show: Connie's Colander, bringing her mother's recipes onscreen and up to date. Sensitively, with humour and tenderness this newly written play traces the evolving relationship throughout their lives, and the impact of Connie's Alzheimer's. Can their relationship, and the TV show, survive?

Suitable for ages 10+

The running time 50 mins. Plus a 20-minute Q&A session with a Dementia specialist.

Admission is free — but you need to book please. Tickets are available at Haddenham Library or Haddenham Medical Centre. Or you can book online here.

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