Death in the Afternoon
Join Pushing Up The Daisies for a screening of intimate life-affirming documentary Dead Good, followed by the chance to chat about what happens in Scotland when someone dies and why it matters.
About Death in the Afternoon
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Screening of Dead Good, an intimate life-affirming documentary about the ritual of care after death. Followed by Whose Funeral Is It Anyway? a chance for a chat about what happens in Scotland when someone dies and why it matters, hosted by Pushing Up The Daisies.
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