A personal story with universal significance. A story of love, death, Shakespere... and apple crumble.
Nigel Parkin's solo performance piece explores the last month of his father's life spent in his local hospice. It is about what it really means to live in the moment, about the power of memory, about our limitless capacity for love and joy and about the powerful relationships that can be forged in an instant.
The performance will be followed by a Q&A chaired by Professor of Ethics Bobbie Farsides.
Part of the Ethics in Performance series.