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Five Days To Say Goodbye is a 20 minute screenplay based on Beverley Bishop's final days with her son Jess in the funeral home. In Beverley's words  'It is a story of love, loss and life after tragedy. It is a story I felt the need to tell, in the hope that it would help others.'

'Five Days to Say Goodbye impacted me in a powerful way. I cried and I smiled as Beverley remembered and paid tribute to Jess, while seeking to understand and respect the decision he made. I truly believe the film will have a positive impact on the lives of others who watch it. A moving and powerful testimony.'

David Richardson, Vice Chancellor, UEA

 

The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.

 

This event will be held in the learning studio which is wheelchair accessible. There are accessible toilets available. If you would like to discuss your access needs with us to help us make accommodations please contact us at museum@stalbans.gov.uk.

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