Re-live's Blog – June 2013 Archive (2)

“Why should sex and relationships be a taboo subject once you reach 70?”

“Why should sex and relationships be a taboo subject once you reach 70?” says performer, Terri Morrow “It’s not like you suddenly reach a point where all you want to do is play bingo. This show is giving us a chance to express that as you age all your emotions, desires, hopes stay with you. For me, life is getting better and better. I'm happier at 70 than I ever was at 30"…
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Added by Re-live on June 10, 2013 at 15:36 — No Comments

sex and death and growing old

 Re-live, who last year produced ‘Abandoned Brothers’ with a group of war veterans, now delve into the hearts and minds of Cardiff's older generation with their latest show ‘age’.

A third of babies born in 2013 in the UK will live till 100. The "babyboomers" who are now reaching old age are living longer than any generation…

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Added by Re-live on June 5, 2013 at 20:39 — No Comments

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Sut ydym yn teimlo am werthu tocynnau i'ch amlosgiad eich hun - yn gymdeithasol dderbyniol ai peidio? Bu farw Dr William Price ar 23 Ionawr 1893. Cafodd ei gorff ei amlosgi o flaen miloedd lawer o wylwyr - mae rhai amcangyfrifon mor uchel â 20,000 - a heidiodd i Lantrisant i ...

Sut ydym yn teimlo am werthu tocynnau i'ch amlosgiad eich hun - yn gymdeithasol dderbyniol ai peidio? Bu farw Dr William Price ar 23 Ionawr 1893. Cafodd ei gorff ei amlosgi o flaen miloedd lawer o wylwyr - mae rhai amcangyfrifon mor uchel â 20,000 - a heidiodd i Lantrisant i ...

....... i weld y digwyddiad. Dywedant fod yr holl dafarndai yn Llantrisant wedi'u hyfed yn sych ar ddiwrnod yr amlosgiad hwnnw. Roedd Price wedi trefnu popeth, gan hyd yn oed werthu tocynnau i'r digwyddiad ... am foi.

....... i weld y digwyddiad. Dywedant fod yr holl dafarndai yn Llantrisant wedi'u hyfed yn sych ar ddiwrnod yr amlosgiad hwnnw. Roedd Price wedi trefnu popeth, gan hyd yn oed werthu tocynnau i'r digwyddiad ... am foi.

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