Happiness search: Time Out

In happiness on July 2, 2009 at 9:02 am

As part of this week’s mini-investigation into what the we can find on the web when we search for happiness, I turned my attention to the online version of the listings and review magazine Time Out. I have confined the interview research part of my happiness project to people living and working in the UK at the moment, so I’ve just searched Time Out London. What will our nation’s capital have in store in terms of happiness …

A review of a London bar called Trailer Happiness in Kensington. They give it four stars out of five. They describe it as ‘tongue in cheek decor matched with a serious attitude to booze’.

The 2002 movie Waiting for Happiness is currently being shown in London. (Although Time Out couldn’t tell me where or when. I’m sure I could find it if I looked hard enough.)


The Tristan Bates Theatre in WC2H is showing a play called Whispering Happiness until this Saturday. (Starts 7.30pm, tickets £13)

And that was it. Only three things to make us happy in London this week. Still, it’s quite a good mix of results.


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