An evening of Morbid Curiosity is a space to encourage thinking about mortality. It is the one thing that unites us all. We will die at some point however, we let death hang in the air and often leave things unsaid and dreams unlived, conflicts unresolved. Our little evening aims to get you talking and laughing about this shared experience.
An evening of Morbid Curiosity and Death Conversatons.
Hear Alan Cleaver talk about his book, The Corpse Roads of Cumbria & hear local poet Malcolm Carson read from his latest published anthology. Award winning funeral Director Tracy Lazonby opens a window on the realities of working in death and a coroner shares their story. Tracy Ward a celebrant and Death Cafe Carlisle host offers a takeaway of thoughts and talking points to encourage death conversations. A thought provoking and entertaining evening. Enjoy yourself it may be later than you think! Raising awareness of the importance of talking about death and funds for Hospice at Home and Eden Valley Hospice.
Death is natural but our fear and the mystery surrounding it is not helpful. We are not going to glue ourselves to anything but there is a change coming and it’s name is Death positivity. We can’t change it so let’s think about to and what we need to do so that we can get on with the business of living our best life knowing we have left plans for our best death. We need to talk.