Friday, 18 June 2010

How to save £100bn: Audience tickets

An ex-student of Welling School Ellis Knowles is currently working for Mentorn Media who are holding a live studio debate.

How to Save £100 Billion
Channel Four are looking for an audience to take part in an eve of Budget Dispatches Debate called How to Save £100 Billion.

A series of radical tax and spending proposals that could address some of the £156 billion budget deficit will be put to a live audience who will then be given a chance to comment, ask questions and vote on each option.

The ideas range from putting VAT on food and children’s clothes, to cutting benefits, ending child benefits for the middle classes, tor charging to see your GP. It’ll be asking the audience to come up with their own money saving ideas for the government.

The programme will be recorded in the Roundhouse Camden on Monday evening on 21st June - Arrival time 5.30 – 6.00 p.m. The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8EH

Given the logistics of seating a large studio audience, it is very important that the audience arrives on time.

Tickets are free – for details please email or call 020 7258 6703 (Ellis Knowles direct)

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