The community brings together artists, writers, hospice and hospital workers, counsellors, medical staff, funeral professionals united in a commitment to redesign the dialogue around death, dying, life and living. LifeDeathWhatever presents events and a festival enabling people to engage in the conversation, and has just been awarded a Death Oscar from the Good Funeral Awards for their public engagement work.
See who else is in the collective here: http://www.lifedeathwhatever.com/members/
With our most recent theatre production Total Eclipse based on personal experiences of bereavement, we hope to break taboos that prevent us from talking openly about feelings whilst grieving. If you would like to create your own performance based on personal story that enables you to explore your emotions through creative expression, take a look at our Stories from the Body workshops starting at the end of October.
Our Secondary Trauma seminar can also provide practical support for professionals delivering mental healthcare for those who have lost a loved one.
If you are interested in either Total Eclipse, our available workshops or are looking for speakers or artists to participate in an upcoming festival, conference or event about grief, get in touch via our online contact form.