Grave Matters: Conversation in the Community

Saturday 20 July, 2:30pm

Join Voices Community Producers Ash Mackenzie-White and Lizzy Hathaway-White as they talk about their respective projects - Dis Manibus, and Memento Mori and discuss broader issues of ethics, culture and community of death and memorialisation in Gloucester.

This event is run by Voices Gloucester, who champion history, identity and culture through the power of storytelling. Their year-round programme is created by people from every walk of life who share a passion for storytelling and a deep sense of pride in Gloucester.

Doors Open: 2pm
Show Starts: 2.30pm
Show running time: 90 minutes

This event is part of the Gloucester Festival of Archaeology, which is Gloucester's contribution to the Council for British Archaeology's national Festival of Archaeology. The Festival is organised by Gloucester Civic Trust and Gloucester Cathedral in partnership with several organisations and Heritage venues in Gloucester. For more information about Archaeological events in July please see their website:

For more information about Archaeological events across the city, region and nation please see: Festival event listing Council for British Archaeology (

July 20, 2024
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