This Autumn and Winter the Barn invites people living with dementia and their family and/or personal assistants to come and enjoy a wonderful programme of cinema.
Cinema can provide a powerful way to reconnect with memories and make new ones. Watch classic films (old and new!) in a safe, relaxed setting, with the lights up a little and sound down a touch. Each screening will include a short interval with a break for tea and biscuits. The extremely reasonable £3 ticket price includes interval refreshments!
Our popular classic matinees are open to all but are specifically designed for people living with dementia and their supporters.
To book a ticket call 01330-825431 (Tues - Sat 12noon - 4pm). Email email@example.com with any questions.
CLASSIC MATINEES FOR AUTUMN & WINTER
Tickets £3 (price includes interval refreshments)
Our classic matinees are dementia friendly and open to everyone. There is a 15 minute interval halfway through the film with free tea, coffee and biscuits.
Box Office 01330-825431 (Tues - Sat 12 noon - 4pm)
Wednesday 17 October @ 1.30pm
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (12A)
Lily James stars as a plucky journalist in post-war London who enters into a correspondence with an eccentric book group from Guernsey. As their friendships deepen, she begins to uncover the romantic and exciting story of the group’s formation during the German occupation of the island.
Wednesday 28 November @ 1.30pm
North by Northwest (PG)
Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint team up in Hitchcock’s classic 1959 film. A case of mistaken identity sees a hapless advertising executive chased across the country by a group of sinister spies. A witty and romantic thriller.
Wednesday 12 December @ 1.30pm
It’s a Wonderful Life (U)
Frank Capra’s 1946 masterpiece is a beloved Christmas classic. Family man George Bailey (James Stewart) is on the brink of despair when an angel intercedes, drawing George back through time and memory to show him the difference that one man can make to the world.