Posted by BeaD
Hosted by Tamsin Grainger and Bea Denton
May 12, 2022
7:00 p.m. (GMT)
8:30 p.m. (GMT)
Madelvic House (Granton Hub)
Granton Park Avenue
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
In the 7th in our series of Death Cafés, we are delighted to be hosting our first in-person event in Edinburgh (with tea and cake of course). Everyone is welcome to join our informal meeting where you can come to talk about death.
Talking about death is not something that we can all do with our families and friends, and yet it is something which is so often on our minds.
At the Death Café, there is an emphasis on listening and sharing, and the focus is that life is finite and we want to talk about that. We all have interests and concerns about bereavement, loss, grief or dying, especially at this turbulent time when we are dealing with the Pandemic and war.
Pre-booking on Eventbrite is essential, and spaces are limited to 36.
Tamsin and Bea very much look forward to meeting you.
About Tamsin Grainger and Bea Denton
Tamsin Grainger is a complementary therapy practitioner, session leader, and the author of Death and Loss in Shiatsu Practice (published by Singing Dragon Press).
Bea Denton is an artist and educator whose practice explores ideas around death and loss, faith and ritual.
Contact the organiser of this Death Cafe
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