Arts & Culture
Adventures in Music: Arnold Library
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|Venue||Mansfield Central Library|
Mansfield Central Library are delighted to be hosting a series of dementia friendly screenings of classic films and musicals.
Viva Las Vegas Race car driver Lucky Jackson goes to Las Vegas to earn money to pay for a new engine for his motor car. Working as a waiter, he still finds the time to court young Rusty Martin.
Enjoy an afternoon film on the big screen in the welcoming setting of the library’s auditorium. While open to the general public, these screenings are particularly suitable for people living with dementia and memory challenges, their family and friends but anyone is welcome. Please feel free to talk, sing and move during the screening.
Doors will open 20 minutes before the screening and there will be a 20 minute interval. We will be sensitive to the audience when it comes to lighting and volume in the auditorium. A quiet room for anyone needing a brief break from the film will be available just outside the auditorium and toilets including an accessible toilet are also just outside the auditorium door.
Tickets for this screening are on sale from 2 Oct 9am
The auditorium is on the second floor of the building with good lift access but the seating is stepped as shown in the picture and there are 3 wheelchair user tickets available.
Tickets available through the link below or at the Library.
If you have any additional requirements or questions before booking please contact email@example.com
Connecting Communities is a community cinema project providing mentoring, training, and support; to help volunteers in five North Nottingham and Mansfield venues deliver film screenings in their local communities.
The project is supported by Film Hub Central East as part of the BFI Film Audience Network, Broadway Cinema, and The Rebalancing the Outer Estates Foundation.
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