Don’t leave me now

Play for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease

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The Alzheimer play ‘Don’t Leave Me Now’ was created by Brian Daniels with the support of West Yorkshire Playhouse in 2012 and has since had more than 120 performances throughout the UK and Ireland. It has played at major conferences including the NCPC (National Council for Palliative Care), Cruse National Bereavement and at numerous leading hospitals and universities including Birmingham Medical School. More than 4000 people have now seen this play.

Project Description: To support the production of a play about caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s Disease in health care settings. We want to bring over from the United Kingdom, a highly impactful play, that has been successfully developed and deployed, about caregivers of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease.

The play is written by Brian Daniels and directed by Jeni Draper.

Cast: Brian Daniels, Marie Fortune, Shenagh Govan, Gill McVey and Sophie Turner.

Date: November 21st
Venue: 65 quai George Gorse, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France