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Tue 28 Mar12:00 This is a Dementia Friendly screening.
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Please be aware that there are no trailers before the performance.
- Tue 28 Mar
- 180 minutes
- Director: Blake Edwards
- Cast: Julie Andrews, James Garner, Robert Preston
- UK/USA (1982)
On the verge of starvation in 1930s Paris, erstwhile entertainer Victoria (Julie Andrews) is rescued by gay cabaret performer Toddy. What she needs to succeed, opines Toddy, is a gimmick. What if she becomes a male impersonator? Better still: what if she becomes a male impersonator, pretending to be a female impersonator?
Our Cinememories dementia friendly screenings are free for anyone over 60 and guests of any age, such as friends, family or carers. The screenings will be shown with brighter lighting, quieter sound and an interval in the middle of the film for a sing-a-long and comfort break. This is included in the running time above.
A Dementia Adviser for the borough of Barnet (representing Alzheimer's Society) will be present at the screenings, offering information on how to live well with dementia and the support available for carers for someone living with the condition.