Taboo Stories: Suicide

Part of Storyhouse Festival of Languages Running from
Last event: Saturday 26 January 2019 at 3pm
  • FREE (booking required)
  • Garret Theatre

Join in the conversation with Monica Haworth (Survivor of Bereavement) and Richard Brown (Listening Ear) as they discuss why language is so important when talking about suicide, the stigma attached and the work the media and television are doing to bring the issue to the foreground.

Chaired by Clare Harrison (Chester Voluntary Action) who sits on the Cheshire West and Chester Public Health steering group for suicide prevention.

From SOBS, Listening Ear and Chester Voluntary Action. Samaritans will also be present to provide after-care. 

Certificate:

16+

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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