Death Cafes provide a unique opportunity to talk openly and honestly about death in a safe and confidential environment. There are no agendas, no objectives, nor themes; the conversation is simply led by the people in the group. There is always cake and something to drink.
Discover more about Death Cafes here.
I am an experienced Death Cafe host and facilitator and for the last three years have been running regular Death Cafes at the Almeida Theatre Cafe in Islington.
More recently, I have been hosting virtual Death Cafes. Although these are slightly different to in-person Death Cafes they still provide the important opportunity to talk openly and it’s still possible to have a drink and eat cake together.
Please have a read of my interview with Scouting Magazine where I talk about my experience of running Death Cafes.