like to take part in a documentary?)
More people live alone now than at any
other point in human history - the number of people living on their own around
the world has risen 80% in the last 15 years. In 2012, 34% of UK households
have just one person living in them.
Would you be interested in being interviewed
as part of a project exploring people’s experiences of living alone? I am a
filmmaker who will be making a documentary in London over the summer which will
address these questions:
What’s it like to live on your own?
Do most people living alone choose to do so?
What are the positive aspects of living on your
own? What are the negatives?
How does living alone affect your happiness and
Does living on your own make you more sociable/active
in the community? Do you foster stronger friendships and support networks?
Is there a link between living alone and
suffering from periods of loneliness/depression?
Does the readily available use of social
media/internet/technology mean that people who live on their own do not feel alone?
Why do more women than men live alone?
Is living alone more appealing to introverts or
Is age a factor in whether people like living on their own?
Does living alone for a long time make you
selfish? Does it heighten your eccentricities?!
sounds like a project that you would like to be a part of please get in touch
with Lizzie and we can arrange an informal meeting so you can find out more. I am aiming to talk to as many different people as possible
and would love to hear about your experiences (even if you don’t want to be
who are you?
Local piano teacher, judging from her other posts on here.
It is quite scary. Frightened it might be someone who wants to cull Stroud Green of its sad singletons who live by themselves in flats.
Sorry, I just realised this looks pretty sinister in an online forum context!
Why not join up with the girl who has written one of Park Theatre's latest Plays for the opening .She will have a lot of contacts as mentioned it here originally.
Hey, Julie, the thread is more than a month old ... we all moved on ... keep up!
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