So you've battled the flu epidemic and had an upwardly mobile tussle with the norovirus; the last thing you fancy is probably a bout of Eudaimonia - but maybe you should think again. After all, Eudaimonia isn't some horrible, stomach-twirling disease that makes you regurgitate every meal you've had in the last decade, but rather the classical Greek word for happiness. It's actually rather nice, and anyway, who'd want to argue with those clever old classical Greeks? Appropriately nestling down at the Last Days Of Decadence, Blanche Visarro's monthly soiree boasts performances from Bella Poi's Cirque Burlesque, which is more than just clowns stripping down to their M&S pants by the sound of things. There will be stilt walking, tumbling acrobats and death-defying fire dancing, as well as live music and - quite possibly - people dodging the fire dancers when they ask crowd members to tango.
Clubs preview: Eudaimonia, London