On the 30th and 31st of October, the Good Grief Festival will return for its third year. As ever, the line-up promises insightful and interesting conversations around love and loss, with a range of speakers and workshops.
The festival strives to start conversations around grief, breaking the taboo around such discussions and allowing people space to explore bereavement. This year, they have an eclectic mix of people and topics. Highlights include Ruby Wax in conversation with Julia Samuel, June and Omar exploring disenfranchised grief and LGBTQ bereavement, and a panel discussion on serious illness: grieving for a life interrupted.
There will also be a series of workshops, including Breathwork for Grief and Yoga to Explore Emotions. Last, but by no means least, they are hosting the Grief School, a series of on demand talks that will be available throughout the festival, featuring people such as Michael Rosen and Robert Webb.
To find out more about the festival and the programme, please click here: https://goodgrieffest.com/whats-on/