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Instead of looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals increasingly rejoice in memories of the deceased's triumphs, relationships and their favourite songs. There's a phrase for ceremonies like this - "a celebration of life".

The tone is happy rather than mournful, celebratory instead of sombre. Wearing black is commonly discouraged. You're more likely to hear Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side of Life - according to a 2014 survey , the most popular song played at UK funerals - than Verdi's Requiem.

A survey of 2,000 people by ICM suggested that 54% wanted their funeral to be a "celebration of life". Some 48% said they wanted it to incorporate their favourite "hobby, colour, football team or music". Crematoriums - where nearly three-quarters of British funerals now end - are virtually always equipped with audio visual systems that allow video clips to be played.

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Instead of looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals increasingly rejoice in memories of the deceased's triumphs, relationships and their favourite songs. There's a phrase for ceremonies like this - "a celebration of life".

The tone is happy rather than mournful, celebratory instead of sombre. Wearing black is commonly discouraged. You're more likely to hear Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side of Life - according to a 2014 survey , the most popular song played at UK funerals - than Verdi's Requiem.

A survey of 2,000 people by ICM suggested that 54% wanted their funeral to be a "celebration of life". Some 48% said they wanted it to incorporate their favourite "hobby, colour, football team or music". Crematoriums - where nearly three-quarters of British funerals now end - are virtually always equipped with audio visual systems that allow video clips to be played.

Celebration is a census-designated place (CDP) and a master-planned community in Osceola County, Florida , United States, located near Walt Disney World Resort and originally developed by The Walt Disney Company . As part of the Orlando – Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area , Celebration's population was 7,427 at the 2010 census . [3]

Subsequent to founding Celebration, Disney followed its plans [4] to divest most of its control of the town. Several Disney business units continue to occupy the town's office buildings, and two utility companies, Smart City Telecom and Reedy Creek Energy Services , both operated from Walt Disney World, provide services to the town. The town itself remains directly connected to the Walt Disney World resorts via one of its primary streets, World Drive, which begins near the Magic Kingdom .

Downtown Celebration's post office was designed by Michael Graves , the adjacent Welcome Center by Philip Johnson , and the Celebration Health building by Robert A. M. Stern . [5] Other nearby buildings are designed by well-known architects including: Charles Moore (Preview Center), Graham Gund (Bohemian Hotel), Cesar Pelli (movie theatre), Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown (SunTrust Bank). [6]

The acclaimed Phoenix Dance Theatre , led by Artistic Director and Yorkshire Woman of the Year Sharon Watson, are back for their seventh annual home performance to champion the exceptional female talent within the company.

Expect to see a vibrant showcase of dance celebrating the work of female choreographers. Highlights include Calyx , a first commission for company dancer Sandrine Monin, and a never before seen excerpt from the research and development of Windrush , a major new piece by Sharon Watson. Windrush will premiere in 2018 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the arrival of SS Windrush that brought the first wave of Caribbean migrants to Britain.

Paired with an original solo by dancer Carmen Vazquez Marfil, a tongue-in-cheek collaboration between Rehearsal Director Tracy Tinker and dancer Vanessa Vince-Pang set in the audition room, and a new piece choreographed by Vince-Pang for the rising stars of the Phoenix Youth Academy, this year’s Phoenix at Home promises to be a thrilling evening of dance.

Mother's Day this year was my first without my mother and with her birthday falling later this week, it is a bittersweet season for me. She died on April 1, a date I am inclined to think she held out for in her decline, knowing her wry, Scandinavian sense of humour. Her funeral was held a few days later, though apparently one is now discouraged from calling it a "funeral." Such things are, we were informed by some very kind people at the funeral home as well as several of the invitees, now almost always referred to as "celebrations of life."

You should laugh and tell jokes and wear bright colours! It's a party! Yay! Someone you love is dead and you will never talk to them again! Now get in line for a whack at the piñata.

The term "celebration of life" has entered my personal "turns-of-phrase-I-hate gallery," along with such luminaries as "can/can't wrap my brain around" and "in/out of one's comfort zone." Certainly, there was much to celebrate in regards my mother's long -- she died six weeks short of her 93rd birthday -- and productive life. Up until her last days, she maintained all her "marbles," as she called them.

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Instead of looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals increasingly rejoice in memories of the deceased's triumphs, relationships and their favourite songs. There's a phrase for ceremonies like this - "a celebration of life".

The tone is happy rather than mournful, celebratory instead of sombre. Wearing black is commonly discouraged. You're more likely to hear Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side of Life - according to a 2014 survey , the most popular song played at UK funerals - than Verdi's Requiem.

A survey of 2,000 people by ICM suggested that 54% wanted their funeral to be a "celebration of life". Some 48% said they wanted it to incorporate their favourite "hobby, colour, football team or music". Crematoriums - where nearly three-quarters of British funerals now end - are virtually always equipped with audio visual systems that allow video clips to be played.

Celebration is a census-designated place (CDP) and a master-planned community in Osceola County, Florida , United States, located near Walt Disney World Resort and originally developed by The Walt Disney Company . As part of the Orlando – Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area , Celebration's population was 7,427 at the 2010 census . [3]

Subsequent to founding Celebration, Disney followed its plans [4] to divest most of its control of the town. Several Disney business units continue to occupy the town's office buildings, and two utility companies, Smart City Telecom and Reedy Creek Energy Services , both operated from Walt Disney World, provide services to the town. The town itself remains directly connected to the Walt Disney World resorts via one of its primary streets, World Drive, which begins near the Magic Kingdom .

Downtown Celebration's post office was designed by Michael Graves , the adjacent Welcome Center by Philip Johnson , and the Celebration Health building by Robert A. M. Stern . [5] Other nearby buildings are designed by well-known architects including: Charles Moore (Preview Center), Graham Gund (Bohemian Hotel), Cesar Pelli (movie theatre), Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown (SunTrust Bank). [6]

The acclaimed Phoenix Dance Theatre , led by Artistic Director and Yorkshire Woman of the Year Sharon Watson, are back for their seventh annual home performance to champion the exceptional female talent within the company.

Expect to see a vibrant showcase of dance celebrating the work of female choreographers. Highlights include Calyx , a first commission for company dancer Sandrine Monin, and a never before seen excerpt from the research and development of Windrush , a major new piece by Sharon Watson. Windrush will premiere in 2018 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the arrival of SS Windrush that brought the first wave of Caribbean migrants to Britain.

Paired with an original solo by dancer Carmen Vazquez Marfil, a tongue-in-cheek collaboration between Rehearsal Director Tracy Tinker and dancer Vanessa Vince-Pang set in the audition room, and a new piece choreographed by Vince-Pang for the rising stars of the Phoenix Youth Academy, this year’s Phoenix at Home promises to be a thrilling evening of dance.

Mother's Day this year was my first without my mother and with her birthday falling later this week, it is a bittersweet season for me. She died on April 1, a date I am inclined to think she held out for in her decline, knowing her wry, Scandinavian sense of humour. Her funeral was held a few days later, though apparently one is now discouraged from calling it a "funeral." Such things are, we were informed by some very kind people at the funeral home as well as several of the invitees, now almost always referred to as "celebrations of life."

You should laugh and tell jokes and wear bright colours! It's a party! Yay! Someone you love is dead and you will never talk to them again! Now get in line for a whack at the piñata.

The term "celebration of life" has entered my personal "turns-of-phrase-I-hate gallery," along with such luminaries as "can/can't wrap my brain around" and "in/out of one's comfort zone." Certainly, there was much to celebrate in regards my mother's long -- she died six weeks short of her 93rd birthday -- and productive life. Up until her last days, she maintained all her "marbles," as she called them.

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Instead of looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals increasingly rejoice in memories of the deceased's triumphs, relationships and their favourite songs. There's a phrase for ceremonies like this - "a celebration of life".

The tone is happy rather than mournful, celebratory instead of sombre. Wearing black is commonly discouraged. You're more likely to hear Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side of Life - according to a 2014 survey , the most popular song played at UK funerals - than Verdi's Requiem.

A survey of 2,000 people by ICM suggested that 54% wanted their funeral to be a "celebration of life". Some 48% said they wanted it to incorporate their favourite "hobby, colour, football team or music". Crematoriums - where nearly three-quarters of British funerals now end - are virtually always equipped with audio visual systems that allow video clips to be played.

Celebration is a census-designated place (CDP) and a master-planned community in Osceola County, Florida , United States, located near Walt Disney World Resort and originally developed by The Walt Disney Company . As part of the Orlando – Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area , Celebration's population was 7,427 at the 2010 census . [3]

Subsequent to founding Celebration, Disney followed its plans [4] to divest most of its control of the town. Several Disney business units continue to occupy the town's office buildings, and two utility companies, Smart City Telecom and Reedy Creek Energy Services , both operated from Walt Disney World, provide services to the town. The town itself remains directly connected to the Walt Disney World resorts via one of its primary streets, World Drive, which begins near the Magic Kingdom .

Downtown Celebration's post office was designed by Michael Graves , the adjacent Welcome Center by Philip Johnson , and the Celebration Health building by Robert A. M. Stern . [5] Other nearby buildings are designed by well-known architects including: Charles Moore (Preview Center), Graham Gund (Bohemian Hotel), Cesar Pelli (movie theatre), Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown (SunTrust Bank). [6]

The acclaimed Phoenix Dance Theatre , led by Artistic Director and Yorkshire Woman of the Year Sharon Watson, are back for their seventh annual home performance to champion the exceptional female talent within the company.

Expect to see a vibrant showcase of dance celebrating the work of female choreographers. Highlights include Calyx , a first commission for company dancer Sandrine Monin, and a never before seen excerpt from the research and development of Windrush , a major new piece by Sharon Watson. Windrush will premiere in 2018 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the arrival of SS Windrush that brought the first wave of Caribbean migrants to Britain.

Paired with an original solo by dancer Carmen Vazquez Marfil, a tongue-in-cheek collaboration between Rehearsal Director Tracy Tinker and dancer Vanessa Vince-Pang set in the audition room, and a new piece choreographed by Vince-Pang for the rising stars of the Phoenix Youth Academy, this year’s Phoenix at Home promises to be a thrilling evening of dance.

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Instead of looking ahead to the afterlife, British funerals increasingly rejoice in memories of the deceased's triumphs, relationships and their favourite songs. There's a phrase for ceremonies like this - "a celebration of life".

The tone is happy rather than mournful, celebratory instead of sombre. Wearing black is commonly discouraged. You're more likely to hear Monty Python's Always Look On The Bright Side of Life - according to a 2014 survey , the most popular song played at UK funerals - than Verdi's Requiem.

A survey of 2,000 people by ICM suggested that 54% wanted their funeral to be a "celebration of life". Some 48% said they wanted it to incorporate their favourite "hobby, colour, football team or music". Crematoriums - where nearly three-quarters of British funerals now end - are virtually always equipped with audio visual systems that allow video clips to be played.

Celebration is a census-designated place (CDP) and a master-planned community in Osceola County, Florida , United States, located near Walt Disney World Resort and originally developed by The Walt Disney Company . As part of the Orlando – Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area , Celebration's population was 7,427 at the 2010 census . [3]

Subsequent to founding Celebration, Disney followed its plans [4] to divest most of its control of the town. Several Disney business units continue to occupy the town's office buildings, and two utility companies, Smart City Telecom and Reedy Creek Energy Services , both operated from Walt Disney World, provide services to the town. The town itself remains directly connected to the Walt Disney World resorts via one of its primary streets, World Drive, which begins near the Magic Kingdom .

Downtown Celebration's post office was designed by Michael Graves , the adjacent Welcome Center by Philip Johnson , and the Celebration Health building by Robert A. M. Stern . [5] Other nearby buildings are designed by well-known architects including: Charles Moore (Preview Center), Graham Gund (Bohemian Hotel), Cesar Pelli (movie theatre), Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown (SunTrust Bank). [6]

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