Sat, 30 Oct|
Highgate United Reformed Church,
Lost Souls 2021
It's a life affirming, death honouring night. Everyone is welcome, whether you live with loss or not.
Time & Location
30 Oct 2021, 19:00 – 21:30 BST
Highgate United Reformed Church, , South Grove, Pond Square, London N6 6BJ, UK
About the Event
Sue Rickards annual Lost Souls celebration: It's a life affirming, death honouring night. Everyone is welcome, whether you live with loss or not.
Date & Time: 19.00 -21.30 UK / BST Saturday 30th October 2021
Location: Highgate United Reformed Church, South Grove Pond Square, N6 6BJ
Nearest Tubes: Highgate (the church is a 15 minute walk uphill, across Archway Road, along Southwood Lane, left at Highgate High Street and right onto South Grove.)
Archway ( the church is a 15 minute steep walk up Highgate Hill/Highgate High Street and left onto South Grove, or take a bus)
Cost: £12-20, please pay what you can & please pay on the door, Please arrive on time. Numbers have to be limited.
A night for us to dance and honour our loss. Whether we are newly bereaved, remembering a past loss, big or small, whether we are feeling deep grief, relief or nothing at all, we come together to dance. Through the aliveness of our bodies we remember and include those who have died.
And strange as it may seem, this is usually a night of open hearted, sometimes lighthearted, ordinary rich and real dance.
Everyone is welcome, bereaved or not.
I invite you to bring a picture of people or animals you have loved and lost.
Or perhaps, in these days of climate change losses, you might want to bring pictures of other losses too.
If you feel the loss in your heart, let's include it.
Please take a lateral flow test on the day of this dance. I know it's no fun sticking that thing up our noses, but it is one more way for us to take care of ourselves and each other.
Please be aware that we won't be able to open the windows, because of noise and neighbours. It's a high ceilinged airy room. Let's be attentive when meeting others, to respect each other's varying needs for distance and contact.
Let's meet each other anew and without assumptions, and find out what our new dances might be.
Of course, if you feel unwell, don't come and if you have symptoms, even if you're feeling well, stay home.