Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch will be hosting a Cake & A Cuppa Day in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society and Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch on Thursday 13 June, between 12pm and 2pm in its foyer.
On the day, Fairlytes Choir will be performing some memorable songs with participants from the Alzheimer’s Society’s Singing for the Brain group, which uses singing and activities to bring together people with dementia or memory loss. There will of course be plenty of cake and many pots of tea!
The Alzheimer’s Society is the only UK charity that campaigns for change, funds research to find a cure and supports people living with dementia today. Their wide range of support services ensures nobody has to face dementia alone. People with dementia have mentioned how difficult it is to find out who to turn to or where to go for information and support.
Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch aims to ensure a positive experience for everyone that comes to the Theatre – whether it is to see a show, use its café or participate in one of its many drama workshops or community projects. The Theatre creates numerous projects aimed at people with dementia to enable them to continue enjoying and participating in the arts.
The event is free to attend and donations very much appreciated. All funds raised are being equally split between the two charities with match funding from Barclays Hornchurch.