Here are answers to some popular questions. You might also find our Resources page helpful, which provides the website addresses for many grief and bereavement organisations.
What Time Zone are the live events in?
We understand that participating in Good Grief events may be an emotional experience for you. Our amazing partner organisations offer support and you’ll find a list of those resources here. We encourage you to reach out to them – and to those around you – if you need a little support.
Yes! All our live events are recorded, close captioned and uploaded to The Grief Channel. You can access these recorded events by subscribing to the Grief Channel for just £20 per year, to find out more click here. This subscription will give you access to all of our recorded content for one year.
The Grief Channel is where you can access all of our content on-demand. This includes 60+ hours of talks, workshops and webinars from Good Grief Festival 2020, plus footage from both festivals in 2021 and all of our monthly events including Ask Julia. A subscription costs £20 and provides you with access to all of our content for one year.
Please check your spam/promotions/junk folder for emails from ‘Good Grief Festival’. We recommend white labelling emails from firstname.lastname@example.org or you may miss important information about new events and content over the coming months. You’ll find info on how to white label emails here.
Using an institutional email address (such @nhs.co.uk) to sign up to the Grief Channel may get automatically blocked by your institution. Therefore, we recommend you use your personal email address when signing up.
Once you have logged into The Grief Channel you need to click ‘Watch Now’ on the navigation menu to watch videos.
Most of our speakers and facilitators work in the public realm. We have included links to people’s websites, organisations and social media channels as appropriate. If you wish to contact anyone you’ve discovered as part of Good Grief, please do so using their own channels. View Facilitators.
Thank you for your interest. Given the nature of the event, we have been inundated with ideas and promotion requests. Although the programme is full for this year, we hope to collaborate with as many of you as possible in future. We would love to stay in contact and will certainly keep you in the loop for future Good Grief events. Please share more details about your work with us via email here.
Good Grief is the concept of Dr Lucy Selman, an Associate Professor at the University of Bristol’s School of Population Health Sciences. Dr Lesel Dawson from the University of Bristol is the Arts and Culture Lead for the festival. The event director and co-curator is Aisling Mustan with support from a team of Bristol-based creatives. We are a very small team so please bear that in mind when contacting us.