Posted by Rachel Weiss
Hosted by Johanna Babbs, John Birrell, Rachel Weiss
April 27, 2015
6:00 p.m. (GMT)
8:00 p.m. (GMT)
Blend Coffee Lounge
275 High Street
Donations accepted for publicity costs
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
This is the first Death Café in Perth. Join us for a thought-provoking conversation about death and dying in a welcoming environment. Meet interesting people with a similar interest, but maybe a different outlook!
In accordance with Death Cafe's principles as set out in the guide and terms, our Death Café will not have any information-giving or speakers. At a Death Cafe the discussion is always led by those who come along. Death Cafe is not leading people towards any product, conclusion or course of action. We look forward to sharing stories, fears, insights and laughter.
The event is free and refreshments will be available for the usual prices. The Café staff are opening specially for us, so we hope you will support them by eating and drinking! Any donations go towards publicity costs. Let us know if you’d like us to add your name to our mailing list to keep you informed of future events.
Come and join us at Perth’s first Death Café: good company, good conversation, good cake!
About Johanna Babbs, John Birrell, Rachel Weiss
Johanna Babbs:Death has fascinated me since my father died at an early age. It is one of the few 'life' events everyone experiences and yet we never get to speak about it after it happens (to us). I'm looking forward to the opportunity to share thoughts and feelings about it with others at the Death Cafe.
John Birrell: I am fascinated by the way my thinking about death and dying has changed over the years and I enjoy hearing others talk about this important subject. I still have a lot to learn!
Rachel Weiss is a counsellor, coach and partner at www.rowan-consultancy.co.uk, whose aim is to help people Live Better. “As I approach 50, I find myself interested in death and considering how best to live my life. I’d like to hear other people’s thoughts and experiences around death and living knowing we are going to die”.
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