Black Woman Named Hyacinth – Listen To Her Dementia Story From Lorna

Thursday 14 December

Lorna Blackman Presents A True Account Of Hyacinth Testimony Of Dementia. Lorna Re Will Bring Hyacinth Testimony To Life In Storytelling.


Lorna Blackman tells and documents a true story of a black woman that she knew diagnosed with dementia. Lorna is a Drama Teacher currently working with adult learners facing different mental and social issues. Lorna has been faciliating different groups from children to adults who are in recovery from tragic incidents.

Lorna wrote, produce and directed The Diary of the Black Police Woman that was concerned with the relationship between the black community and the police. Lorna is currently writing and teaching children along with their parents to perform in a Children Reggae Musical for 2024 Bob Marley the Children Salute You. The musical aims to connect african caribbean children and those of heritage to their roots.

Refreshments will be available.

Please bring your stories about Dementia. Monies raised will go to produce a short play about DEMENTIA

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