After his partner left him for someone she described as ‘younger, but more mature’, David sat himself a life-changing task: to be a more sharing, loving person.
Taking a year off, he embarked on a global adventure to lean how to live with others. He visited an anarchist haven in the heart of Copenhagen; a futuristic eco-city in the Arizona desert and thought he’d found paradise in a Californian community dreamed up by Aldous Huxley. Most fantastic of all was Damanhur, a 1000-strong community in the Italian Alps with an underground temple the size of St Paul’s, a plant orchestra and – so it claimed – a fully functioning time machine!
Inspired by his adventures he returned home with a desire to change. Not just himself but also his neighbourhood. Find out how he succeeded in this funny and uplifting show that asks some big questions and finds the answers surprisingly simple.
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