Neil LaBute’s 2013 play Reasons To Be Happy runs on the stage of the Hampstead Theatre in North London.
It will be a much talked-about show. After all, he is a well known playwright who has also been behind various well known films over the years, from the remake of Death At A Funeral to In The Company Of Men. His plays have included shows such as The Way We Get By, Money Shot, In A Forest Dark And Deep, Some White Chick, Fat Pig and This Is How It Goes, amongst many others.
The romantic comedy explores the complicated situation faced between four people and will offer audiences in the capital a chance to witness some celebrated and eye-opening writing, which provides a unique outlook on the world around us.
A complex love problem forms the basis of Reasons To Be Happy. With audiences introduced to the characters of Steph, Carly, Kent and Greg. Steph used to date Greg but he’s now seeing Carly. Carly used to be married to Kent and he’s Greg’s close friend. It will provide a memorable story that will be right at home with fans of Neil LaBute.
So Reasons To Be Happy will provide a truly memorable experience at the Hampstead Theatre this Sprint, offering a complex story that will leave a lasting impression. It runs from March to April 2016.
|Booking From:||Friday, 22nd April 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 23rd April 2016|
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