One Hundred Trillion

Sunday, 11 November 2018
03:30 PM – 04:40 PM
for participants
for carers


There are 100,000,000,000,000 synapses in the brain. Signals that form memories and thoughts move through an individual nerve cell as a tiny electrical charge, and those nerve cells connect to one another at synapses.

The Dot Collective – who provide professional theatre for those in care, ran a series of theatrical, reminiscence workshops with four dementia peer groups in South East London. Inspired by the characters, narratives and themes uncovered, playwrights Chantelle Dusette, Lily Bevan, Lucy Grace and Margaret Perry have written the four short plays that make up One Hundred Trillion.

“Be quick to hear and slow to speak.”

Join us to celebrate all of those electrical charges meeting in this inventive new writing collaboration.

(please contact directly for carer complimentary ticket)

Previous press:

★★★★ “Tremendously powerful and heartfelt, hugely uplifting.” Female Arts
“Time-shifting action with flair.” The Stage
“A brave, positive work about dementia.” The Guardian

Arts 4 brain health Early stage Moderate dementia Drama & Poetry

Event address

The Southwark Playhouse
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD, UK

Transport options: Buses, Underground, Rail, Parking nearby, Disabled parking