Hosted by Josefine Speyer with co-facilitators Philomena Corrigan and Juliane Spaete.


Feb. 6, 2017

Start time:

6:30 p.m. (BWT)

End time:

9:00 p.m. (BWT)


BLANK 100, Studio 5

100 De Beauvoir Road

N1 4EN

United Kingdom


£5 donation to cover expenses

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About this Death Cafe

We provide gluten free and dairy free food and teas for everyone. We ask for a donation of £5 to cover expenses.


To join us register here:


No tickets are needed. It is enough that your name is on the register. Let us know if you need to cancel. 


Please arrive on time. The format for the evening is to spend the first part of the evening in conversation in small groups. In the last 30 minutes we come together in a large circle to reflect on the evening.


The studio is on the ground floor on the far side of the building. We leave a sign on the door and a large jar with a tea light to sign post it in the dark.


Overground station: 

Dalston Junction (5 min walk to house) also nearby are Haggerston or Dalston Kingsland 


Parking outside the door is free after 6.30pm. There is usually plenty of space.


Underground stations: 

Old Street —> bus from there


Liverpool Street —> bus from there

About Josefine Speyer with co-facilitators Philomena Corrigan and Juliane Spaete.

Josefine Speyer is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and death education specialist who co-founded the award wining Natural Death Centre charity. She has hosted Death Cafes since 2012. 

Philomena Corrigan is a retired nurse and trained death doula. She has been a co-facilitator with Josefine for several years. She is a co-host of Death Cafe Finsbury Park and Death Cafe Brixton.

Juliane Spaete is a photographer and owner of this studio. She has experienced the death of her mother as a child and has attended Death Cafes In Hampstead and Dalston.

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