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Following on from a short tour of 'The Last Memory' for our NHS and Council clients in early 2019 we’re now planning another in the summer to mark Dementia Action Week, 20 - 26 May.

Thursday 16 May 2019
Hettie’s Café Bistro, Skipton

Friday 17 May 2019
Post Mill Centre, Derbyshire (NHS PRIVATE PERFORMANCE)

Tuesday 21 May 2019
Moorside Community Primary School, Ovenden, Halifax

Wednesday 22 May 2019
St Hilda’s Church, Gibraltar Road, Halifax

Thursday 23 May 2019
St Margaret’s Parish Centre, Horsforth, Leeds

Friday 24 May 2019
Holy Nativity Church, Mixenden, Halifax

Saturday 25 May 2019
St Bartholomews Church, Ripponden


The Last Memory







"How can I go to heaven if I don't know who I am?"


“How can I go to heaven if I don’t know who I am?” says Ernest to his daughter Lynne when he’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. But he also has a plan: to leave a vital imprint of who he is. Lynne is to be the keeper of his memory, the guardian of their past. Join them on their journey; share their hopes, fears, smiles, strength and tears. Arrive with them as they seize the last memory and a carpe diem hope

“Brilliant, tender and powerful. It made me think about dementia in a different way.” JB






We’re almost six years old. What a joyous journey we’ve had as this YouTube video will testify.








Calendar Boy

Richard Lloyd

Congratulations to our talented Talking Stocky, Richard Lloyd, who played the part of Jim in Godfrey’s Last Summer. He is currently touring with Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s award-winning musical, Calendar Girls.

Marie Curie fundraiser

Work is underway to reprise one of our most popular one-act plays, Godfrey’s Last Stand, later this summer. This will be a fundraising tour to raise money for the wonderful charity, Marie Curie in memory of Alan’s much-loved Mam, Molly, who passed away in November 2018.


Your good health

We recently performed The Last Memory for the Leeds Health & Wellbeing Board at the City’s famous Carriageworks theatre. We hope to develop more of these performances, helping shape the views of decision-makers in both local councils and NHS trusts..


It is with great sadness that we report the passing of valued company member, Pam Asling.

Pam toured with two Talking Stock productions playing Mary, the mother, in 'Five Kinds of Silence' and dizzy Debbie in 'Give a Little Love’.
She was a true team player, professional, practical and very talented. Rest in peace Pam. We miss you hugely.


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