Death Cafe at St. Mary's Tower: join us for an evening filled with life-affirming conversations about our mortality.
Death Cafe is back at Crouch End Festival!
We warmly welcome everyone into the enchanting space of St. Mary’s Tower to discuss death and life in an open, non-judgemental and relaxed environment.
Death Cafe (www.deathcafe.com) is a global movement. Its aim is to increase awareness of death. There is no agenda, theme or set conclusions. It is a group directed discussion rather than a counselling or grief support session.
We are delighted to host this Death Cafe in the beautiful and magical space of St Mary’s Tower and its gardens. There will be cake and other refreshments to help us stay grounded.
When: Monday 10th June, 7.30-9.30pm.
Entrance is free. We welcome donations to help cover for the costs of venue hire and refreshments.
Spaces are limited and booking is required.
Please email Rosalie for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
About your host: Rosalie Kuyvenhoven is an award-winning London based celebrant. She creates and conducts warm, sensitive and inclusive ceremonies for any life-event: funerals, weddings, baby-namings and others. In 2018 she led a tribute ceremony for Hornsey Town Hall. Rosalie has hosted Death Cafes since 2016 and has been surprised by the liberating, uplifting and life-affirming outcomes of the conversations.