Dementia Friendly Cinema Screenings…

COVID19

We are sorry to report that our Dementia Friendly East Riding film screenings are now suspended, there will be NO film on Thursday 26th March, since Parkway Cinema and Theatre is now closed. This suspension will apply until September 2020 and then be reviewed. More information will be given to all our regular attendees including residential care homes and families in the local community in early September. Please watch this space. Thank you for your continued support. Simon Foster.

We provide regular dementia friendly films at the Parkway Cinema at the Flemingate Development, Beverley. The bi-monthly screenings have lower volume and are shown without advertising and trailers.

The aim of the dementia friendly cinema screenings is to provide those people living with dementia an opportunity to get out and enjoy watching a film in a safe, friendly and social environment.

We also encourage families and carers to attend and to interact with others who are in a similar situation supporting loved ones who have dementia.

Our Next Show will be on Thursday, 26th March 2020 at 11.30am. The film will be “Downton Abbey”. Duration 2 hrs 30 minutes. Join us for tea, coffee, biscuits from 10.30 onwards…

Previous Film Screenings to date include:

Goodbye Christopher Robin
White Christmas
Their Finest
The Time of Our Lives
Some Like it Hot
Bridget Jones Baby
The Italian Job
Dad’s Army
Wonder
The Greatest Showman
Walk like a Panther
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
It’s a Wonderful Life
Mama Mia Returns
Stan & Ollie
Mary Poppins Returns
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Fishermens Friend
Love Actually
Calamity Jane

All our films are chosen with a theme to provide some light hearted comedy, music and nostalgia.  Films are normally shown on the last Thursday of every other month.  Click on Latest News, film screenings to see the date, time and title of our next screening.