Fevered Sleep launched their touring project This Grief Thing last week by opening a shop in Sneinton market in Nottingham city centre, which welcomes members of the public to come in to think, talk and learn about grief and buy clothes and objects.

You can find the main shop in Sneinton Market, Unit 8, Avenue C, until Sunday 24 March, where artistic directors Sam Butler and David Harradine will also be hosting Grief Gatherings, small group conversations about grief and grieving. You can also find a pop up version of the project along with a small selection of items from the collection at a number of other locations across Nottingham.

As well as the main shop and pop up events, there is also a large scale billboard on Glasshouse Street in central Nottingham. Fevered Sleep encourage members of the public to share images of the billboard to help make conversations around grief and grieving more public and visible.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Grief Gatherings, the main shop or the pop-up events, please find listing of all the remaining dates and times below;


This Grief Thing Pop Ups

Day/Date Location Time
Friday 22 March The Wired Café, 42 Pelham Street, NG1 2EG 1PM – 3PM
The Orange Tree Pub, 38 Shakespeare Street, NG1 4FQ 4PM – 7PM
Saturday 23 March Nottingham Central Library, Angel Row, NG1 6HP 10.30AM – 1.30PM
Sunday 24 March Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB 2PM – 5PM

Grief Gatherings at the This Grief Thing Main Shop, Unit 8, Avenue A, Sneinton Market, NG1 1DT

Friday 22 March 10AM – 11.30AM
Saturday 23 March 3PM – 4.30PM
Sunday 24 March 11AM – 12.30PM

Booking is required, please contact Louisa: griefgatherings@feveredsleep.co.uk or Tel: 020 3815 6430/ 07493750427

 

This Grief Thing Shop Opening Hours 

Thursday 21 March 12PM – 6PM
Friday 22 March 12PM – 6PM 10AM – 11.30AM
Saturday 23 March 10AM – 3PM 3PM – 4.30PM
Sunday 24 March 12.30PM – 4PM 11AM – 12.30PM



If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to visit the shop, make sure you visit and experience the project before it finishes on Sunday 24 March.

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