Hosted by Beth Wallace


Sept. 22, 2016

Start time:

7:00 p.m. (GMT)

End time:

9:00 p.m. (GMT)


Myo Café

34 Pope's Quay




Suggested Donation €2 - €5 to cover costs, any funds left over will be put towards a future Café.

This Death Cafe has taken place

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About this Death Cafe

At a Death Café people (some of whom might be strangers to each other) gather to eat cake, drink tea and coffee or other restorative beverages and discuss death. The objective is 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'. 

A Death Café is a group directed discussion of our mortality and topics connected to it. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session. 

Death Café Cork events are offered: 

- On a not-for-profit basis
suggested donation to cover costs between €2 - €5, any funds remaining after a Death Café will be ploughed back into the next event. Coffee, tea & cake etc available at extra cost directly from Myo Café

- In a respectful and confidential space open to all regardless of religious or spiritual perspective, gender, sexual orientation, nationality etc

- With no intention of leading people to any particular conclusion, product or course of action - there is no "right" way to think or feel about death and life.

- Alongside refreshing drinks and nourishing food – and cake! 

Booking your space at the Cork Death Café is ESSENTIAL - tickets are available via the link!

Death Café Cork is facilitated by Beth Wallace. Beth has nearly 30 years experience in the field of personal & community development, sexuality work, counselling & therapy, including work at a hospice & in the HIV/AIDS field for 15 years. To learn more about Beth visit

Space is limited to approximately 30 people for this first Café, so please make sure to show up on time if you want to take part!

To learn more about the Death Café movement, go to or feel free to message this page or email with questions, comments,or ideas.

About Beth Wallace

Beth Wallace has studied, trained & worked professionally in the field of personal development, sexuality, community development, counselling & therapy for nearly 30 years. She has a love of conversation about both sex & death, the polarising opposite ends of life, one ushering us in, the other ushering us out. More about Beth on her website:

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