Dying for a Cuppa is a drop-in afternoon event in which attendees can participate in discussions about death and enjoy tea, coffee and delicious baked goods.
Edinburgh Printmakers and EH1 Therapies will host an afternoon of open, frank and respectful conversation reflecting on the nature of our own transience as human beings.
The title “Dying for a Cuppa” alludes to the nature of occasion – it’s a warm, friendly gathering themed around human finitude. We are inviting people to talk and recognise their feelings about death and dying; we will enable and support that discussion whilst supplying scrumptious cakes and mugs of hot drinks. This is a space in which people are free to talk, listen and experience without external direction.
Enter at any time, and there is no pressure to stay. Attendees will be encouraged to move around tables and to enjoy discussion with friends old and new. Talk about your own experiences, draw from the conversation cards, or discuss the artwork from Edinburgh Printmakers’ exhibition Time Is All Around.