Happiness index: a play


What David Cameron can learn from the Greeks and Romans

A play by Sue Blundell

Performed by David Acton

“Overall, how happy did you feel yesterday?” Faced with this question in a government survey, John turns to a couple of ancient philosophers for advice. So what is happiness anyway? And how do you know when you’ve got it? By the end of the evening you should have a better idea what to say to the P.M. when your survey form pops through the letterbox.

FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY 7.30, Sunday June 19th

At the New End Theatre,
27 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JD
Tickets £10 Box Office 0870 033 2733; www.newendtheatre.co.uk

Playing time: 60 minutes

“Guaranteed to boost your own personal Happiness Index””

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