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Calamity Jane
Dementia Friendly Screening

 Forum Cinema Hexham |  Friday 22nd March  |  13:00

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Sponsored by Chyrsalis Club Tynedale

Deadwood, South Dakota, is largely the abode of men, but sharp-shooter scout Calamity Jane is as hard-riding, boastful and handy with a gun as any. Jane’s wild promises set her off in search of a beautiful singer to grace the stage at the Golden Garter saloon.

This is a Dementia Friendly screening. Our Dementia Friendly Screenings are designed for people living with Dementia and their carers, or for anyone who would benefit from a relaxed cinema environment, but all are welcome.

 

Providing a comfortable and welcome environment, we turn the sound down a notch, keep the lights on low and encourage people to come and go as they want with unallocated seating.

Screening Information

Time:

13:00

Tickets:

£9 - £3

Additional Information:

This is a Dementia Friendly screening providing a comfortable and welcome environment, where we turn the sound down a notch, keep the lights on low and encourage people to come and go as they want with unallocated seating.

This screening will be preceded by the short film Waiting for a Hug by Beth Veitch.

Booking Information:

Book via The Forum Cinema's website, in their cafe/bar or by telephone on 01434 601144

About Chrysalis Club Tynedale

Chrysalis at Tynedale was born in 2009 when an art class for people living with dementia proved to be a popular, more flexible option than day care. We were started by three people with extensive management experience in specialist dementia care.

 

Since we formed, we have gone from strength to strength, by building up our membership of people with dementia and their families. We provide an increasing range of tutored activities (often suggested by members) each week and group support for families.

Venue Information

Address:

Forum Cinema

Market Place

Hexham

NE46 1XF

Venue Accessibility Information:

  • Accessible and gender neutral toilets available

  • The venue is accessed by 29 steps. A chair lift is available, in order to use this, any customers in a wheelchair must be able to transfer from their wheelchair to the chair lift. The auditorium is accessed by a small set of stairs with a full wheelchair lift available.

  • A changing space is available. 

  • Hearing and visual impaired headsets available depending on the film.  

About

the Film

BBFC:

U

Run Time:

101 mins

Director:

David Butler

Country:

US

Year:

1953

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