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In a tobacco warehouse by London Bridge sits the giant centrepiece of our great industrial exposition - an abandoned relic of Victorian technology. The original purpose of the machine is unknown. If it were built today it would probably fit into the palm of your hand but, in that Golden Age, colossal bulk was the plat du jour. The future is behind us. The end of the empire is just around the corner. Money
takes place in an extraordinary three-storey set built in the centre of an empty warehouse in Bermondsey Street. The audience are led inside, where the action unfolds around, above and below them. But all is not well with the machine. It hisses steam; over-stressed gears throb and grind beneath our seats. The lights keep going out and the jukebox is on the blink. Meanwhile a strange, feral child is stalking the ventilation ducts... Inspired by
Archive :: production:T06794539, play:S1933018232, venue:V745921034
Running time approx 90mins This event takes place at 42-44 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3UD (5 minute walk from Shunt Vaults)