Languages of Loss has been getting great coverage across different media.
Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival starts this week. On Saturday May 9th, I am being interviewed by Dipti Tait about Languages of Loss, and about all the new losses we are all experiencing thanks to Covid-19.
Some random thoughts on how reminiscent this time of lockdown and isolation is to bereavement. Here are some lessons I learnt in the early days of grief that might be helpful now.
“Finding Ways to Express Grief” – my one-day workshop for therapists will now be taking place online on its original date, April 18th, 2020.
Latest news about The Bill Cashmore Award and the publication of Languages of Loss in the light of the current Covid-19 situation.
In March 2019, we chose the first ever recipients of the first ever Bill Cashmore Award – writing partners Eve Cowley and Elin Schofield, recently graduated from Sheffield University. And I couldn’t have hoped for a more suitable pair to kick us off.
In December 2019, forty-five applicants arrived on our desks, and were whittled down to twenty. These lucky twenty were given the opportunity, in February 2020, to perform a nine-minute Scratch piece revealing their idea, in front of a paying audience, at this year’s Evolution Festival.
Sasha BatesYour donations will support this fledgling Award and enable it to continue for another year, and hopefully for many more years to come. This will mean you are ensuring that great art by young people gets seen and heard - art that might otherwise never make...
Inaugural winners, Eve Cowley and Elin Schofield ended their year-long bursary in style by headlining this year’s Evolution Festival with their winning play Screwdriver, set in a women’s prison.