Remembrance

We hope you enjoyed one of the recent performances of This Is Not For You at Greenwich+Docklands International Festival or Stockton International Riverside Festival.

Using the form below, please tell us how you’d like to be remembered. Check back again soon to see what other audience members have said.

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How other audience members would like to be remembered:

As a kind and compassionate person who did her best to listen and help others.

– Kerry Holland

 

I’ve never really thought about it. To be remembered at all would be an achievement. I was “Best Cheerleader” when I was 10 years old, I still think that’s a pretty sweet way to be remembered.

– Kat Golding

 

As having made some positive difference, no matter how small.

– Anonymous

 

Loud, unstoppable, curly, young……!!

-Lucy Evans

 

As a social reformer with a sense of fun. Normal.

-Anonymous

 

As a loving person.

-Matthew Bermel

 

For doing what is right.

– Anonymous

 

Making a positive impact on the world.

-Max Baiden

 

As a husband, father, veteran who happens to have PTSD.

– Anonymous

 

For caring.

-Karen O’Neile

 

For having and achieving what might be difficult. For trying to change injustice.

-Arti Dillon

 

As an honest soul, that treated people well and always tried to do my best. Also fun and loving.

-Anonymous

 

For being the sort of person who can reach the top of Kilimanjaro even with a partially collapsed lung. A good mum 🙂

-Anonymous

 

For my compassion, kindness and understanding of others no matter who they are or where they come from – regardless of colour, gender, race or creed.

-Jemima Dury

 

Fairly well by many.

-Anonymous

 

With kindness.

-Paul Longton

 

Love, kindness, honesty and fun!!

-Anonymous

 

Not sure I would like to be remembered…

-Kevin Leahy

 

I think this needs to go on tour and this question should be asked everyday… I want to be remembered as a good person.

-Anonymous

 

With a smile.

-Joanne Boughman

 

I would like to be remembered as a people-loving person, who loved God and tried to be a light for my environment. I hope that in my life I can bring people closer to God and experience love.

-Anonymous

 

With love xx

-Xenia Demetriou

 

Being optimistic.

-Anonymous

 

I would like to be remembered for inspiring young girls and women to have a positive outlook on life.

Monique Fernandez

 

To be just remembered is enough for me.

-Anonymous