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
Monday 11th May 2020

Cancelled: Grieving the Loss of a Child: a Language for grief

— Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd)
Grieving the Loss of a Child: Finding a Language for Grief
time:16:00
price: Prices Below Headfirst Tickets

Information:

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

The UK is known for its ‘stiff upper lip’ and silence around death. Do other cultures manage this better? Do rituals help? Is there such a thing as closure? How can life carry on after the death of your child of any age?

The short film Lessons in Grief (18 mins) was made by Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds. It reveals what they learned about how others survive the death of a child from taking part in Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebrations and meeting with other bereaved parents following the death of their own son, Joshua. It turns out that it’s not as straightforward as they’d assumed.

This event includes a film screening followed by a Q&A with the film’s director Jane and fellow filmmaker, Lizzie Pickering.

Note on conference tickets

Conference events can be booked individually. If you'd prefer to buy a whole-conference pass (£100 + booking fee) or a conference day ticket (£35 + booking fee), visit our Conference Tickets page.

Concessions are available for those under 18; aged 65 or older; students with valid ID; unwaged people; and people with disabilities. Registered carers are free when accompanying a ticket holder (please contact Good Grief to arrange).

Tickets for Similar Events:

Brizzle Boyz - Drag King Cabaret XIX - Half-o-Ween at YouTube in Bristol
Today
Brizzle Boyz - Drag King Cabaret XIX - Half-o-Ween
Bristol's premier queer punk drag king cabaret night is back for a spooky Half-O-Ween themed livestream show special!
Prohibition World: Who's Winning the War on Drugs? at Virtual Event  in Bristol
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Prohibition World: Who's Winning the War on Drugs?
Another illuminating virtual event brought to you by TalkBox
Whistleblowing the War on Freedom  at Virtual Event  in Bristol
Wednesday 17th June 2020
Whistleblowing the War on Freedom
Another illuminating virtual event brought to you by TalkBox
Saturday 27th June 2020
Terrace Soul Roof Top Terrace All Dayer
Pre Order Food Vouchers Only valid when used in conjunction with wristband purchased for general admission
(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.
Grieving the Loss of a Child: a Language for grief at Uni of Bristol (Humanities Lecture Theatre, 7 Woodland Rd) in Bristol
01 / 01
image:
SHARABLE LINK:
hdfst.uk/E61906

Facebook Pages: