The premise is simple - one section of the audience, called “Players”, have 60 minutes to reach a unanimous decision about how to spend a pot of cash. If they agree, they get to spend it. If not, it rolls over to the next show.
The rest of the audience, called “Silent Witnesses”, watch on, unable to influence the decision making process. BUT, should Silent Witnesses wish to join the action during the show, they can do so by adding a minimum of £20 to the pot (no maximum) and becoming a Player, right up until the last second. And that can change everything.
The Money is a perfect hybrid of immersive theatre and game that guarantees that no two shows are ever the same. You can choose to be a Silent Witness and watch, or a Player and take part in the action. Which will you be?
**BOOK ROWS A-B to become a Player**
Work with other Players to decide what to spend the group’s money on. You have 60 minutes to come to a decision. If you decide unanimously in the allotted time you get to take the money away and spend it. But if you don’t agree with your fellow players, you relinquish your privilege to spend the money and it rolls over to the next show.
**BOOK ROWS C-F to become a Silent Witness**
If you’re the quiet observing type and you can watch as the group of Players attempt to decide how to spend the money. And if you want to voice your opinion you can become a Player at any point by buying your way in.
Spend the money on whatever you want. Be as creative as you like. Just keep within the law. Time is ticking…
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Date & time
** Player Tickets: £30 (Rows A-B)
** Silent Witness Tickets: £24 (Rows C-F)
Latecomers will not be admitted.
Social distancing must be maintained: all Audience members must wear facecoverings unless exempt. Each Player will be socially distanced from other Players. Socially distancing will be automatically imposed between bookings