A RANGE of events, from singing and dancing to art installations and films, will be held at St Helens libraries to mark Dementia Awareness Week, which starts on Sunday, May 15.

Central Library will hold a day of events on Monday, May 16 including a Reminiscence Karaoke from 2 to 3pm, which is designed bring back music-linked memories.

From 10am to 4pm, Lost Narratives - a film and installation by artist Jacqui Priestly - explores loss, disrupted identity and dislocated memories.

A music and dance performance by artist Bisakha Sarker entitled Fleeting Moments will be staged twice - at 11am and 3.30pm.

Information about the Alzheimer's Society, Healthy Living and the St Helens Carers' Centre will be available.

On Wednesday, May 18, Central Library will show the 2014 film Still Alice, starring Julianne Moore as a linguistics professor diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Tickets, costing £3 or £2 concessions, are available at the library. The film starts at 7pm.

Sessions about becoming 'dementia friends' are being held on Wednesday, May 18 at Billinge Library from 5.30 to 6.15pm and on Thursday, May 19 at Central Library from 12.30 to 1.15pm.

For details see dementiafriends.org.uk.