Live entertainment has made a welcome return to Wren House Care Home in Warminster.
During the height of the pandemic, the residents of Wren House continued to enjoy performances from entertainers and the local church via video call. While the home’s giant interactive tablet helped enhance the virtual experiences with life-size video calls, it’s wonderful to have entertainers back inside the home!
So far this year, the Wren House family have enjoyed watching several shows from care home specialists Tickled Pink Productions.
The first of these performances was a high energy glitzy show full of West End musical favourites including Rogers & Hammerstein, Cole Porter & Gershwin.
In May, this was followed by an afternoon of hits and memories from the 1960s.
The Back to the Sixties Show included classic songs from icons like Cilla Black and Elvis. As you can imagine, the Wren House residents loved singing and dancing along.
In another welcome return to the home, a handful of residents’ relatives were able to attend the show too. Following the home’s infection control procedures for visiting and with a booking system in place to manage numbers, family members joined their loved ones for the afternoon.
Tracey Atkins, home manager of Wren House, said: “Our residents are always bowled over by the Tickled Pink performances. They really are a fantastic occasion to look forward to.
“Having live entertainers back inside Wren House is wonderful, but being able to invite family to share these moments with our residents again is really special.”
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