Hosted by DaDaFest with Jon Underwood


Date:

Nov. 17, 2016

Start time:

4:00 p.m. (GMT)

End time:

6:00 p.m. (GMT)

Address:

The Brink

21 Parr Street

Liverpool

L1 4JN

United Kingdom

Suggested donation:

Free

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About this Death Cafe

Death Café, presented by In Company Collective

Founded by Jon Underwood and Sue Barsky Reid in 2011, the Death Café is a tea party style gathering which encourages facilitated discussion, openness and awareness around death and dying in a supportive environment.

This event is free to attend and everyone is welcome. BSL Interpretation is available.

Death Café is part of DaDaFest International 2016. Visit: http://www.dadafest.co.uk for more information.

Find out more by visiting: http://deathcafe.com/ and: http://incompanycollective.com


About DaDaFest with Jon Underwood

DaDaFest is an innovative disability arts organisation based in Liverpool, delivering a biennial Festival and other arts events to promote high quality disability & deaf arts from unique cultural perspectives. It also produces opportunities for disabled and d/Deaf people to access the arts, including training and a young people’s programme

 

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Jon Underwood is the founder of Death Cafe.

 

Jon is a 43 year old white male married with 2 kids living in Hackney, East London. 

 

Jon works on projects about death. These include: 

 

Death Cafe, offering group directed conversation about death over tea and cake

 

Funeral Advisor with the Natural Death Centre, a 'Trip Advisor' for the funeral industry

 

Find Me Help with Dying Matters, UK's most comprehensive directory of services for dying people, their families, carers and friends. 

 

 Jon is a student at Jamyang Buddhist Centre.

 

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In Company Collective works in arts development - developing mid career artists and the arts sector. Much of the work In Company produces involves issues that are personally or politically affective and complex, frequently increasing conditions of precarity for the artists making the work. Key projects include The Sick Of The Fringe, Liz Carr’s Assisted Suicide The Musical and Le Gateau Chocolat’s Black.

 


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