Good Grief

A festival
of
Love & Loss

11-17 May 2020
Bristol

7 Days

45 Events

25 Speakers

12 Workshops

5 Film screenings

6 Venues

3 Exhibitions

1 Uniting topic

Programme announced
in january 2020

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The great Russian author, Leo Tolstoy, lost his mother, father and grandmother, all before he was 10 years old. He shares his views on love and loss in this quote. ⁠
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Good Grief, Bristol is a new festival exploring the human experience of grief. Taking place for the first time from May 11th to 17th 2020. Tickets on sale February 27th.⁠
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#Bristol #BristolEvents #Grief #GoodGrief #GoodGriefBristolGood Grief has partnered with Bristol’s Watershed cinema to screen a selection of films about grief including the iconic Three Colours: Blue (1993), Pixar’s Up (2009), The Farewell (2019) and A Love That Never Dies, Jane Harris and Jimmy Edmonds’ incredible documentary filmed after the death of their son Josh. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A. Tickets through Watershed. ⁠
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Good Grief, Bristol is a new festival exploring the human experience of grief. Taking place for the first time from May 11th to 17th 2020. Tickets on sale February 27th.⁠
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#Bristol #BristolEvents #Grief #GoodGrief #GoodGriefBristolBereavement counsellor and Rabbi, Earl GrollmanPrepare to be moved by the power of words at Rebecca Tantony’s If Words Could Explain Love Lost. Rebecca feels compelled to understand the messy and wild things that are at the heart of human experience and believes that everyone’s story deserves to be heard. Vanessa Kisuule is a multi award-winning slam poet, trained dancer and Bristol’s official City Poet for 2018-2020. Join these two lyrical powerhouses and more on Friday 15 May.⁠
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Good Grief, Bristol is a new festival exploring the human experience of grief. Taking place for the first time from May 11th to 17th 2020. Tickets on sale February 27th.⁠
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#Bristol #BristolEvents #Grief #GoodGrief #GoodGriefBristolColombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist, Gabriel García Márquez, shares his personal understanding and experience of grief. Often the feeling of grief is only understood once itPhotographer Simon Bray