'Who Wants to Be?' Is a spontaneous, democratic game show where we will 'ask the audience' of 200 people to come up with ideas and then vote on what to do with the £2000 of box office takings.
Previously on 'Who Wants to Be?', an audience of 100 very nearly voted to sack the host, end the game early and put their £1000 behind the theatre bar. Suggestions included collective ownership of a dog, guerilla gardening in the City of London, and burning the cash there and then. Eventually the audience decided to buy a woodland. Each audience member received a shares in a (very small part) two beautiful Welsh and Devonish woodlands to pass on to their descendents.
This time, double the audience means double the money! 2000 quid buys anything from a pre-fab log cabin to a 91 carat diamond; 9642 packets of crisps, or rent on a London flat for everyone to use. Gamble it, donate it, invest it, waste it? Bring your ideas, your tenner and your vote to the Unicorn Theatre on Friday 7th of November and decide.
Part of the London Games Fringe, a festival of alternative gaming events at the end of October 2008, organised by artists, academics, gamers, game developers, educators and creative professionals from a wide range of different media: www.londongamesfringe.com
Official Website: http://whowantstobe.co.uk/?p=68
Added by LondonGames Fringe on October 6, 2008