Our last SLOW evening group till 2016 is on December 10th at 7.30 – 9.00 and as ever, all bereaved parents are welcome. If you’d like to come, or find out more about the groups and or our charity, please use the contact form here on the site to get in touch, or give us a call. The […]
Archive | November, 2015
‘Staying Alive’ writer Kat Roberts talks to me, about the nature of grief, and how we worked together to research and develop the play. The wonderful and incredibly moving play ‘Staying Alive’ is coming to the end of its run at Pleasance Theatre this week – you’ve still a few days to catch it though, so […]
On November 9th 2015, SLOW was invited to take part in an All Party Parliamentary Group Round Table The purpose to discuss ‘The Arts and Palliative Care, Dying and Bereavement’ . The contributions to the table came from a wide variety of people working in a spectrum of organisations interested in arts-based approaches to health […]
Blackshaw Theatre have had another three excellent reviews, the one above from Remote Goat giving it five stars, the second, also with five stars from Female Arts below and third, below that from West End Wilma.
Waitrose continues to support us through the Community Matters scheme. We recently received a cheque from the Finchley Road Branch. If you’re ever in Waitrose, do nominate us for one of their chosen monthly charities! It’s really great to have their support in the community for our charity work. Each contribution helps us continue to […]
Staying Alive by Kat Roberts at The Pleasance The first reviews of Staying Alive by Blackshaw Theatre have been very positive, and both mentioning SLOW and our bereavement charity work; London Theatre 1 describes it as – a really powerful exploration of grief – honest and tender, with a couple of particularly intense moments that catch […]
When grief is new Your heart is broken in a way you could never imagine possible. You cannot return to the person that you were before your child died, and the process of coming to terms with the death of your child involves irreversible life changes for you, for your family and for all those […]
Our quarterly sibling workshop is taking place on Sunday 6th December from 2 to 4pm. Christmas activities will include decoration and card making. Please let Nic know if you would like your child to attend.