Death Cafe Press Clippings


Death Cafe trend arrives in London

Posted by shancalv on Jan. 13, 2016, 9:11 p.m.


This article was well received and many people contacted me about the cafe, which was that night.  21 people attended and I had to turn people away because I didn't have space.  I know have a contact list of 50= people who are interested in the next one!

 

A great supplementary letter was written by a fellow Death Cafe facilitator giving the Death Café information, which the reporter didn’t include.  It can be found at: http://www.lfpress.com/2015/10/06/death-cafe-addresses-taboo-topic 

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Death Cafe poster too 'dark and gloomy' for library notice board

The Ham and Hi gave a balanced view, although they described the cafe as a 'bereavement group'; it is ridiculous that, after this has run without problems for nearly 2 years, library management have censored our poster. 

I am looking for an alternative venue so hopefully the death cafe will continue.

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Creating a place to talk about death: Death Cafe London

"Lizzy Miles and Jon Underwood reflect on the growth of the Death Cafe movement over the past four years and the current crowdfunding share offer to establish a physical café space in London, known as Death Cafe London."

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Talking to the Man Trying to Open a Permanent Death Café in London

Thanks to Kelsey Osgood for writing this great piece

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A crowdfunding investment idea to die for

Posted by Jon Underwood on Nov. 15, 2015, 9:36 p.m.


Published in The Times on Tuesday November 3rd

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INTERVIEW Death Cafe Verona

Posted by JELLA JOST on Nov. 14, 2015, 10:15 a.m.


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INTERVIEW Death Cafe Verona

Posted by JELLA JOST on Nov. 14, 2015, 10:13 a.m.


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Tea, Cake And Sympathy: Campaign For Death Cafe

Posted by Jon Underwood on Oct. 18, 2015, 7:02 p.m.


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Drew Marshall, host of Canada's most listened to spiritual talk show, interviewed Jon Underwood and Linda Stuart (Toronto Death Cafe) on October 3, 2015. 

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Death Café: coffee shop where you can discuss mortality over a latte to open in London

This article has a poll asking "Would you visit a Death Cafe?" At the time of writing, out of over 200 votest 80% (161) have said "Yes, I think it would be enlightening" against 20% who have said "No life's depressing enough".

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Death Café London: A coffee shop where people can chat about dying is set for the capital

Photo credit: Peta Murray

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Coffee, cake and a discussion about death

Posted by Oakwood Cemetery on July 28, 2015, 9:47 p.m.


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Madi Schulz, writer for the "Daily Kansan" Kansas University student newspaper attended our June, Lawrence Death Cafe for the purpose of writing an article for the paper.  We appreciated her support and enjoyed the article very much.  We would like to add that our Lawrence Death Cafe can be found on Facebook, is open to all and we meet once a month at the Lawrence Public Library.  The new library in Lawrence is gorgeous and the perfect place to meet! A big thank you to Madi Schulz for sharing our Lawrence Death Cafe with students at the University of Kansas!

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I host monthly meetings of Death Cafes in this lovely large space at Cafe Rouge in Hampstead and this Death Cafe was especially set up to be filmed for Metro.co.uk, the online branch of the London freebie news paper everyone reads on the underground.

We had an interesting two hour conversation around the table, but unfortunately none of this found it's way into the final video. Everyone was interviewed but only some of my interview (Josefine) was used (looking worn out at the end of a very long day).

But still, an interesting little pluck for Death Cafe, wouldn't you say?

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