It seems unthinkable to imagine a world with no laughter. But what if we could imagine the opposite? What if we imagined a world where everybody laughed at least once every day?
Laura Chaplin will be speaking to the students, teachers and parents of the St. Gilgen International school about the importance of laughter and her petition to the UN on the 20th of september 2017 at St. Gilgen Cinema.
As the granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, world's most famous comedian, Laura has grown up understanding the positive effect and joy that laughing and making other people laugh, can bring to the world.
She firmly believes that: "Laughter and humour does not only improve our life together, but also helps each individual to stay healthy and to overcome disease. There are numerous studies which now indicate that laughter is indeed, the greatest medicine.”
Come and join us for an evening full of joy and laughter!