Posted by Norwich Death Cafe
Hosted by UEA, Su Squire, Alex Watson
Sept. 7, 2023
10:00 a.m. (GMT British summertime)
12:00 p.m. (GMT British summertime)
The Terrace Cafe, Sainsbury Centre
University of East Anglia
This Death Cafe has taken place
About this Death Cafe
This Death Cafe is part of a programme of events in connection with artist Julian Stair and his exhibition ‘Art, Death and the Afterlife’ at the Sainsbury Centre.
This is a free event, but please do come prepared to buy refreshments in the Terrace Café if you are able to. We will provide some free cups of tea.
Following the event we will be running a free creative session with our Associate Artist Ian Brownlie, exploring creative ways to commemorate loved ones. More information coming soon.
To book your place at this event click on the link below.
For more information about Julian's exhibition click here: https://www.sainsburycentre.ac.uk/whats-on/julian-stair-art-...
About UEA, Su Squire, Alex Watson
Su is a storyteller and theatre-maker who specialises in creating work about death and grief. She has been facilitating Death cafe events in Norwich since 2013 and is passionate about creating spaces for people to talk openly about death.
Alex is a soul midwife and end of life doula in training. She works as a carer for the elderly and on the palliative care ward at the N&N with the Anne Robson trust Butterflies, supporting those in the very last days of their lives. She came to this career after a long and varied work life all over Europe in everything from English teaching to drag cabaret. After feeling the need to find a more spiritual purpose and meaning to her life she discovered the doula and soul midwifery role and is now dedicating herself to offering loving support to those coming to the end of their lives.
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