Square_H_White R home recommended_events search_white ticket_shop trending_events
What's On In Bristol Buy Gig Tickets Trending Bristol Gigs ADD EVENT
Headfirst Bristol:
Bristol Gigs Bristol Clubs Events
Saturday 16th May 2020

Cancelled: We’re All Going to Die and That’s OK!

— Colston Hall Foyer
We’re All Going to Die and That’s OK!
time:16:00
price: Headfirst Tickets

Information:

This event is part of Good Grief Bristol, A Festival of Love and Loss. 11-17 May 2020 (https://goodgriefbristol.com/).

Can we embrace a lifetime of love, adventure, curiosity and wonder, acknowledging and accepting the inevitability of having to experience grief, loss and death? End-of-life doula Anna Lyons and progressive funeral director Louise Winter think we can.

In Anna and Louise’s talk, the two share important lessons learned from their work with the living, the dying, the dead and the grieving. Together they’ll share a profound but practical guide to rethinking the one thing that’s guaranteed to happen to us all.

This talk isn’t about how to have a good death, it’s about how to live a good life. It’s not about how to plan a perfect funeral, it’s about how best to honour the people who have died. It’s not about how to get over grief, it’s about how we can learn to live with it.

Concessions are available for OAPs, students, under 18s, the unwaged, and people with disabilities.

Tickets for Similar Events:

From 'Them' to Now by Jon Ronson at Online in Bristol
Wednesday 15th July 2020
From 'Them' to Now by Jon Ronson
Another illuminating and entertaining virtual event brought to you by TalkBox
(POSTPONED)Raise the Bar | Andrea Gibson - Bristol at Hen and Chicken in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED)Raise the Bar | Andrea Gibson - Bristol
Raise the Bar proudly present the Bristol tour date of one of the world's most beloved poets and performers, the legendary Andrea Gibson.
(POSTPONED) Romantic Poetry & Race/Class/Gender at The Square Club in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) Romantic Poetry & Race/Class/Gender
A crucial discussion focusing on how poetry is being used in 2020 and how the art form might progress over the next decade.
(POSTPONED) Romantic Bristol Walking Tour at Wills Memorial Building in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) Romantic Bristol Walking Tour
Discover Bristol’s poetic legacy in this engaging guided walk, led by Dr Rebecca Hutcheon.
(POSTPONED) Rebecca Tantony: Festival Poet at Bristol Central Library in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) Rebecca Tantony: Festival Poet
Leading South West poet, and our Festival Poet 2020, Rebecca Tantony, performs works of new and old, accompanied by musician Brook Tate.
(POSTPONED) Romantic Walking Tour: Women Writers at Wills Memorial Building in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) Romantic Walking Tour: Women Writers
An engaging guided walk, focusing on the female writers of Bristol’s Romantic poetry legacy. Led by Dr Rebecca Hutcheon.
(POSTPONED) The Future of Poetry: Discussion Panel at The Square Club in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) The Future of Poetry: Discussion Panel
A crucial discussion focusing on how poetry is being used in 2020 and how the art form might progress over the next decade.
(POSTPONED) Lyra Festival Open Mic at Unitarian Hall in Bristol
NEW YEARS DAY
(POSTPONED) Lyra Festival Open Mic
The official open mic event of 2020’s Bristol Poetry Festival, with Satellite of Love, and YOUR chance to bring your poetry to the stage.
We’re All Going to Die and That’s OK! at Colston Hall Foyer in Bristol
01 / 01
image:
SHARABLE LINK:
hdfst.uk/E61884

Facebook Pages: