Come and explore the secrets of our bank. Step inside and you’ll discover that something’s not quite right in this kingdom of money. Can we count on your help?
Guided by a cast of actors, puppeteers and some unexpected characters, you’ll enter an irresistible realm inspired by fairy tales and folklore. Find out whether money really does grow on trees or if it makes the world go round in this new interactive production.
Renowned for creating extraordinary shows in everyday spaces, Theatre-Rites has enchanted families in the UK and beyond with beautifully crafted performances made for young people.
‘A delightful, stunningly visually inventive show. Worth every penny’ Time Out ★★★★
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Beyond Barbican: This performance takes place at The Rose Lipman Building, 43 De Beauvoir Rd, London, N1 5SQ. More info
Find out more about the weird and wonderful bank of Bank On It on its website.
Tue & Wed: 11am
Thu: 11am & 5.30pm
Fri: 11am & 6.30pm
Sat & Sun: 11am, 2.30pm & 5.30pm
No performance on Monday
Duration: Approx 1hr 20min (no interval)
Age guidance: 5+
This is a promenade performance. This performance has been carefully designed for children aged 5 and over and some elements will not be suitable for very young children. The audience will be walking through a building with limited opportunities to sit down and some parts of the building will be dimly lit.
Directed by Sue Buckmaster
Design by Hannah Clark
Composition and sound design by Nick Powell
Lighting by Anna Watson
Associate Director Elgiva Field
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This event is part of:
Families at the Barbican
Co-commissioned by the Barbican, Theatre-Rites and Create London, in association with Warwick Arts Centre and the Department of Economics of the University of Warwick.
Idea inspired by This is Tomorrow, a Warwick Arts Centre project
Theatre-Rites is supported by Arts Council England