Love & Loss - learn how storytelling and theatre can initiate conversations about dying and protect wellbeing during grief
Dates: 27 & 28 January 2018
Venue: The Classrooms, 60 Weston St, SE1 3QJ (London Bridge)
Cost: £130 (£95 student/unwaged)
Led by physical theatre company Moving Pieces, an organisation that brings together arts and health and demonstrates how storytelling can be used to strengthen communities and increase wellbeing.
In 2017, Moving Pieces premiered Total Eclipse, a performance that the company produced following the deaths of their mothers.The show uncovers the depth of emotions that can be felt during grief. They will be sharing how you can use their integrated approach to share stories of your choice.
A personal and professional development opportunity enabling you to develop and build on your creative skills in the context of bereavement.
This short course is open to everyone interested in grief and dying, whether that's through working with service users who have lost a loved one or you have a personal experience you would like to resolve. Moving Pieces shows how storytelling can improve wellbeing and help us move through the grieving process.