When the Soul Kisses the Body

Oct 4, 2023

Shared by Peter Findlay, ‘Please share with any friends/groups in the North of Scotland who might be touched by an event like this. Much light.’  Peter would also like to note, that he’d like to make the film available for living-room screenings and other venues for a donation.

“Grief does strange things to you; I went to MacDonalds…”

Peter tells the story of his father’s death with a mix of Greek myth and Yorkshire grit. A film by Lorenz Gramann with music by Alexander Chapman Campbell and Andy Murray

“A wonderful, healing film which has helped me move forward in processing my grief…” Dr Robert Orange, Consultant Clinical Psychologist.

“An emotional ride. Carried back to my own memories. Peter creates a safe place to feel.” Frances Earnshaw, artist.

If you would like to bring a photograph or memento of a friend or relative who had died there will be a space set up in the Great Hall to display these and time afterwards for you to share your own stories of love, loss and grief.

Sat 21st October, 2023 4-6 pm 

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