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At Age UK Westminster we recognise how important it is to keep your mind active as well as your body so we have put together details of  external digital and non-digital resources that we believe people will find of interest.


Activities timetable

To see our activities timetable click here


Arts4Dementia

Arts 4 Dementia would like to share with you a couple of exciting new programmes we have coming up for people with early-stage dementia, mild cognitive impairment and their companions.

After a successful run of virtual, 8-week programmes with art organisations, we are pleased to offer our first in-person workshops since February 2020. Both programmes are in London, one in Kings Cross and the other in Westminster.


A4D Dabke Folk Dancing with Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Fridays, 10.30am – 12.00pm, 8th October – - November

Dance, the combination of music and movement, is a powerful antidote to dementia and cognitive worries. In this 8-week programme, participants will dance together and explore the communal and celebratory folk dance of Dabke, an intergenerational Middle Eastern dance.

If you would like to attend please contact Emily Taylor at Arts4Dementia:

Tel:  020 3633 9954

Email: emily@arts4dementia.org.uk


National Gallery Virtual Tours

View the amazing galleries of the National Gallery Virtual Tours:

https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/visiting/virtual-tours


Royal Academy of Music Concerts and Events September and October - Marylebone Road, NW15HT

In September and October, we will be livestreaming our full programme of events.

Please click on the following link to access:
https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/whitespace-ram/production/210709-CONC-DIAR-AU2122-01-FINAL-LR.pdf

In November and December the Royal Academy of Music will be presenting in person concerts and will be welcoming audiences back into the Academy. ‘The feeling of delight is incalculable!’

To keep everyone safe they have made a few changes, the most important of which to note is that all events, whether free or paid for, must now be booked.
If you would like to attend in person please follow the link to view and to book your concert dates:
https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/whitespace-ram/production/210831-CONC-DIAR-AU2122-02-FINAL-D1.pdf


Community Zooms from the Royal Collection Trust

Wednesday 20th October 2.00pm- Royal Homes Series Finale

Join the ‘winning’ presenters from each of the previous sessions to have one last chance to tell you about the fascinating history of the Royal Homes that they are representing. Which Royal Home will be crowned the winner?

These sessions will be held on ZOOM.

If you would like to attend please follow the Zoom link :
https://zoom.us/j/9044769010?pwd=ZmwwdVZKdjFMVnNJWlMvbXRzOUpSdz09
Meeting ID: 904 476 9010                    

Passcode: 624813