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Still Alice #BookReview

Still Alice is a book about Alice Howland, a cognitive psychologist, research scientist, and Harvard college professor. Alice is brilliant, intelligent, and outstanding in her field, but her life takes a turn for the worse when she finds out she has early onset Alzheimer’s disease. 256 more words


NEWS: Dementia Friendly performance of Still Alice at Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal, Glasgow is to hold a Dementia Friendly performance of Still Alice next month as part of the venue’s ongoing commitment to providing an accessible theatre environment. 521 more words


Review: Still Alice

Based on Lisa Genova‘s award-winning novel, which was also adapted for the big screen in 2014 (Julianne Moore), Still Alice follows the life of highly-intelligent and successful Harvard Professor Alice Howes (Sharon Small) as she and her family experience the impact early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. 217 more words

Theatre Review

Interview: Film Director Wash Westmoreland

Keira Knightley dazzles in Colette (out now in theaters). The man behind the movie, director Wash Westmoreland delivers a compelling, well written and detailed film. I had a chance to speak to Wash about the film. 143 more words

#TheatreReview by @kimmywise STILL ALICE @captheatres #Edinburgh #Scotland #Theatre


Still Alice

Alice Howland is stubborn, clever and driven – a professional at the top of her game. But, diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50, she is compelled to confront her new reality and draw on her resilience to remain independent for as long as possible. 673 more words


March 9th, 2015

I have carried on a debate with people for some time about getting older, and whether in your old age you would rather lose your body or lose your mind?   660 more words

2015 Reviews

Still Alice

When Knowing Fades

Still Alice

by Christine Mary Dunford, based on a novel by Lisa Genova

The Infinite Group and West Yorkshire Playhouse at Richmond Theatre until 22nd September, then on tour until 24th November… 994 more words