Finsbury Park Online Death Cafe GMT

Hosted by London End of Life doulas


Oct. 28, 2020

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (BST)

End time:

8:30 p.m. (BST)

An Online Death Cafe

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About this Death Cafe


At a death cafe, we sit in groups of 6-8 people, over tea and cake, or wine, and simply talk about whatever comes up for us, when we put our attention on the taboo topic of death and dying. The conversation happens organically and generally flows easily, often accompanied by much laughter.

These events are very safe and supportive. We share honestly, we listen, and we don’t judge.
These are not grief support groups, but we welcome people who are grieving, and for some, it can provide a helpful space, in which they can speak openly about their experience, without feeling apologetic.

Anyone, irrespective of race, gender, sexuality, philosophy, belief system is welcome at a Death Cafe.

Booking is essential.

Please reserve your place by emailing
Once you receive an email confirmation, you are booked in.



About London End of Life doulas

Caroline Dent, Zaidee O'Dell  John Sleeman and Ninon Van der Kroft , have all trained as End of Life Doulas (a new and emerging role, providing compassionate presence and practical support for people at the end of life. 


Caroline started Finsbury Park  Death Cafe in September 2015

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