The Happiness Project explores our need for non-sexual physical contact in our highly digital era.
It features scenes of graphic reality TV binge-watching, Whitney Houston and spooning. We’re not sure if any of it will make you happy but it’s worth a try.
Performed by a diverse, inclusive cast, The Happiness Project places queer, working class and disabled people’s stories centre stage.
Edinburgh’s Creative Electric make accessible, socio-political contemporary performance. Previous projects include the award-winning Church of Broccoli (Leith Late, Kelburn Garden Party) and Leith Is Where The Heart Is (Hidden Door).