Paisley Arts Centre will be hosting three dementia friendly concerts this spring, presented by Live Music Now.
This begins tomorrow with Aidan Moodie and Graham Rorie featuring an eclectic mix of traditional and self-penned tunes and songs from across Scotland and beyond.
The other LMN performances are MK Duo, who are Roberto Kuhn and Callum Morton-Teng on Wednesday, 13th March and Voice and Verse, who are Laura McFall and Kristine Donnan on Wednesday, 12th June.
A spokesperson for Live Music Now said: “Live Music Now Scotland’s dementia friendly concerts are relaxed and informal, and the audience is invited to sing and dance along if they like.
“We have consulted with experts in dementia to find a format that is likely to be both enjoyable and beneficial to the audience’s health and wellbeing.
“The musicians tailor the performance so that some tunes may already be familiar, and therefore good for singing along to, which means the concert becomes interactive with everyone feeling welcome to join in.
“For those who prefer just to listen, they can enjoy a cup of tea and a biscuit while being entertained by outstanding performers.
“It has been shown that participating in arts activities is extremely beneficial for older people with dementia, improving such things as communication, memory, enjoyment of life and creative thinking.”
For more information, or to book one of these performances call Renfrewshire Leisure box office on 0300 300 1210 or go to www.renfrewshireleisure.com.
Tickets for these performances are £5, and include tea and coffee. Carers go free.