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What does ten thousand pounds look like?

What does ten thousand pounds look like?
Written by West Yorkshire Playhouse  13/04/2016
Unlimited Theatre’s show Play Dough asks the question: What is money? Did you know you can make it with the power of your imagination? Play Dough, written and directed by Clare Duffy, is the game show where you can play with 10,000 real pound coins.  It’s a playfully interactive show for young people aged 7+ and their families about the value of money. 
Hosts Queenie and TooMuch will lead you through a series of high-energy games while telling you their story, and everything they know about how money really works. You can’t take the cash home with you – but if you win, you get to decide the end of the story.
Eleven-year-old reviewer Cameron believes that Play Dough is every child’s dream come true. “You have the chance to play lots of fun games with money and to bet if you will win or lose it. So … are you a winner? Go and see this great show to find out”.
Play Dough is at West Yorkshire Playhouse on Sat 16 April at 2pm. Box office 0113 213 7700. You can book online at wyp.org.uk
Play Dough is produced by Unlimited Theatre.
Supported by Arts Council England, Made in Scotland and Leeds Inspired.
Co-commissioned by ARC Stockton Arts Centre.
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