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'This deceptively simple piece is definitely on the money. It turns conversation into urgent, playful theatre'
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

The Money. Theatre where YOU the audience is in charge.

As UK theatre opens back up here is the show that brings people into the same room and asks ‘What can we do together that we cannot do apart?'

Audience members can book to be either Players or Silent Witnesses. The Players have 60 minutes to decide what to do with a pile of cash. If they agree, they can take the money. If they run out of time, then the money will roll over to the next show. The Silent Witnesses look on but can choose to join in, right up until the last second. But where will you stand?

Kaleider, one of the world’s leading companies in extraordinary live arts, presents The Money®. The show that can lead to some incredible acts of kindness, some moments of madness and always a fascinating conversation about the value of money and what is important.

Come and chose to make a difference. Time’s ticking…

A photo from the Syndey production of The Money in 2017


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, coming to a unanimous decision about how to spend a pot of real cash. Which will you be?

Become a Player and 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.

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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'The Money could be the greatest reality TV show that hasn’t happened yet'

The Age, Melbourne

'The best piece of game-theatre I’ve encountered'

Matt Trueman


Performed on 5 continents, at the prestigious Sydney Opera House, UK Houses of Parliament, Lagos City Hall, Lisbon City Hall, Melbourne’s Victoria Parliament, City of London’s Guildhall, Tianjin’s Grand Theatre and many more, this 'urgent, playful theatre that points up our complex, often conflicted relationship to the stuff (money) and our strong attachment to it' (The Guardian) arrives at London’s historic County Hall for just 8 weeks!

Will you choose to be a Player or a Silent Witness?
Come and play.

An exterior photo of London County Hall, the venue for The Money
An exterior photo of London County Hall, the venue for The Money
A photo from the Syndey production of The Money in 2017
A photo from the Syndey production of The Money in 2017
Photography from the 2017 Sydney production by Prudence Upton.
Venue photography by Helen Maybanks.


London County Hall is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames beside the London Eye and the Westminster Bridge, and opposite the Houses of Parliament.

The entrance to The Money is located on Belvedere Road. Navigate to London County Hall using Google Maps.

A map showing the location of London County Hall
Underground & Rail

County Hall is within walking distance to Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster stations, with access to National Rail services and District, Circle, Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo lines on London Underground.


We are within reasonable walking distance of a number of iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, the Southbank Centre and Westminster.


Bus routes to County Hall
include the no. 211, 77 and 381.


Driving to The Money may be challenging due to our central London location. Usually it is quicker and easier to take public transport to reach us. If you do need to drive, there are three car parks within walking distance located around the South Bank area. Please note that we are within the Congestion Charge Zone.

Plan your journey using TFL Journey Planner.

Frequently Asked Questions
& Covid Information

Yes, to ensure social distancing, the box office system is programmed to leave gaps between each booking. Multiple Players tickets can be purchased for the same performance, however please note that each Player will be socially distanced from other Players.

London County Hall is located on the South Bank of the Thames, beside the London Eye. Please note that the entrance to the theatre is on Belvedere Road, not on the riverside. The best postcode for travel guidance is SE1 7GP.

Be sure to set aside more than enough time for your journey to the venue. Please check your route if travelling by public transport as this may have recently changed.

County Hall is within walking distance to Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Westminster stations, with access to National Rail services and District, Circle, Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo lines on London Underground.

Every ticket must be purchased in advance as an e-ticket or print-at-home ticket. This will allow us to let you enter our venues more easily, minimise the amount of time you may have to queue, and reduce contact with the front of house team.

When you arrive at the venue you will be asked to present your printed ticket or your mobile device for the barcode to be scanned.

All customers and staff will be required to wear a face covering, unless exempt.

If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, we would please ask that you wear an exemption lanyard which can be downloaded here.

The theatre will open 30 minutes prior to the start of the performance to allow time for venue staff to verify tickets and conduct bag searches.

Please do not arrive any earlier as we will not be able to accommodate you and we would like to avoid crowds gathering in the vicinity.

There is no cloakroom at the theatre. Customers with any bags larger than a small handbag will not be admitted. Please keep your belongings to a minimum and with you at all times. This will assist with bag checks.

Unfortunately because of the nature of the production, no latecomers are permitted.

Approximately 90 minutes, with no interval.

Yes – the back row of the stalls is step free as there is a lift from the street to the foyer, and a separate lift from the foyer to the chamber (stalls). Please note that to access the Player seats will involve a minimum of 8 steps, however if you are a wheelchair user, please contact our dedicated team at access@kxtickets.com who will be very happy to assist with special access requirements.

Full access information about the venue and production are available here.

We recommend the production is suitable for those over the age of 14. Any ticket holder under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

We ask customers to maintain a safe social distance around the building, when you are queuing to take your seats and when accessing the toilets and the bar.

Whilst the capacity in the auditorium has been greatly reduced, you may need to pass someone to take your seat. Please mitigate any risk by keeping your face covering on at all times.

The theatre is required by law to keep a record of all visitors for 21 days. An official NHS QR code will be displayed on arrival for you to check in with the NHS COVID-19 App. All customers will be required to check in on arrival. If you do not have the NHS COVIS-19 App, a member of staff will take your contact details.

We will be ensuring that you have maximum flexibility by allowing tickets to be exchanged up to 24 hours prior to the performance – so if someone in your party feels ill, there’s no need to worry. Please get in touch by email with customers@kxtickets.com to let us know so that we can rearrange your booking.

Please do not attend the venue if you:

• Believe you may be infected with COVID-19
• Have experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
• have been in close proximity to anyone who has experienced symptoms in the last 14 days
• have arrived in England in the last 14 days and are not covered by the exemption rules relating to self-isolation or
• have been instructed to self-isolate.

Eleanor Lloyd Productions, Eilene Davidson Productions and Kate Pakenham Productions
present Kaleider's THE MONEY
Conceived and directed by Seth Honnor