Faulty Towers Dining Tube Stunt

Causing havoc on the Bakerloo line

PROBLEM

You’re an established 20-year-old show who’s got the market sewn up. But you’ve got big competition.
You need to sell more tickets than ever before. But how do you get people through the door?

PROCESS

Where can you find plenty of Londoners? Underground of course. Half a million travel on the Bakerloo in the morning, so we hit it at rush hour.
Create a dinner party on the tube? Easy mate!
Avoiding the police, pissing off the competition and bribing TFL staff is all part of the job. And believe it or not the commuters loved it.

RISKS TAKEN

Breaking the rules with a crew of 15, bribing TFL staff, and not being punched by commuters.
We caused a stir, got in front of 100K people, sold a shit ton of tickets, and didn’t get arrested.
All in a days work.

RESULTS

10K TICKETS sold in a week (more than in the previous two months).
175% INCREASE in ticket sales, in historically the most difficult month.

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