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November 2019

Community Gathering

08/11/2019 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Loco Lounge, Kings Heath, Birmingham, 32-34 High Street
Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7JT United Kingdom
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A chance for our BrumYODO community network to think, talk and plan events for 2020. No need to book just drop in.

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October 2020

How Can Public Art Connect Grieving Communities? Orit Azaz in conversation with Luke Jerram & Mohammed Ali

29/10/2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

BrumYODO are delighted to present an in-conversation event with acclaimed artists Luke Jerram and Mohammed Ali, hosted by Orit Azaz. We will consider art and creativity as responses to COVID-19, how we approach acts of communal remembrance and memorial, and how public art can enable us to have better conversations about death and dying. Internationally renowned facilitator & creator Orit Azaz will speak to Luke Jerram about his new public artwork ‘In Memoriam’, created in response to the pandemic, and…

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November 2020

Virtual Death Café followed by Q&A on legalities of death

05/11/2020 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Join Kath and Lis BrumYODO members at this online Death Cafe. A Death Cafe is a group of people who join together to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death and dying in a safe and non-judgemental space. It is intended as a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session. There will be an opportunity afterwards to discuss legal matters surrounding death and dying with Lis Whybrow who is a Private Client solicitor who was recently working…

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December 2020

Grief gathering: Co-hosted by Fevered Sleep & BrumYODO

07/12/2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

A small, free group conversations about grief and open to all.

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How Can Laughter Help Us Talk About Death & Grief? Comedian Robin Ince and undertaker, Carrie Weekes in Conversation with Nikki Tapper

16/12/2020 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

BrumYODO is delighted to present another 'In-Conversation With' event. A series of facilitated conversations with interesting people from the world of art, comedy & literature about death, dying and remembrance. In this next In Conversation event, BBC Radio’s Nikki Tapper talks to Robin Ince, acclaimed comedian and co-host of Radio 4s The Infinite Monkey Cage; and award-winning undertaker and comedy fan Carrie Weekes about the importance of laughter and humour as part of acceptance, grieving and remembrance. *please note that…

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