Foster Community Assoc.

Unspoken – an event to stimulate thinking about end of life: FREE

Statistics prove that 100% of us are going to die, so let’s get down and talk about it in a fun filled and friendly environment!

Unspoken – what will become of me? is a funny and entertaining performance being held at the Foster War Memorial Arts Centre Wednesday 23 May 2018 – www.trybooking.com/TUDB

Hilarious performance, art installations, interactive activities – Unspoken uses art and performance to generate awareness, understanding and action around end of life in a social, interactive supportive space.
FREE EVENT – Book a seat, or just turn up – either is fine!

Unspoken: What will become of me? is a gentle and humorous interactive experience that explores the themes of ageing, declining capacity, diminished autonomy and sense of identity, and other issues.  Unspoken features a performance ‘Wheel of Fortune’  by the award winning physical theatre ensemble ‘Born In a Taxi’

This is a free all ages event for everyone in the community, proudly presented by the South Gippsland Shire Council, Foster Community Association, South Gippsland Hospital and Gippsland Funeral Services.  Two sessions have been scheduled on Wednesday 23 May (10am to 1pm and 5pm to 8pm).

Group bookings to Unspoken may be able to access transport to and from the event in Foster. If you are interested, please contact Sophie, 5662 9202 / sophied@southgippsland.vic.gov.au
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