Thursday 12th October – Sunday 12th November
The Forever Club is a durational, interactive urban memorial. This large-scale shrine is an organic installation, a gathering of art, objects & memories to remember and honour the dead.
Food, Drink, Music, Art & Culture are the fabric of life. Death is the DNA of life.
There is no bigger truth than death and it’s not something you expect to see in a public bar, but where better to recant and remember those we love over food and drink?
Putting death in a public space, The Forever Club breaks the taboo of death whilst providing a very honest space of remembrance and love.
As the installation progresses the space becomes a colourful abundant tribute to life and death.
In the centre of the shrine, sculptor, musician, Nick Reynolds exhibits his Death Mask of his father Bruce, the master mind of the Great Train Robbery. Paul Freud honours his father, Lucian Freud with a personal canvas. Jimmy Cauty plays tribute to his recently passed brother.
The Forever Club is curated by Debbie Malynn. Debbie is a celebrant and funeral arranger who works to change the way we deal death and provide space for remembrance in urban environments.
The completion of the shrine will be celebrated with music, procession, food, ceremony and celebration as we raise a glass and raise the roof to honour our dead.
Contribution to the shrine is open
Welcome to The Forever Club