They call it "Black Monday" apparently but there was no sign of a let-up when it came to our shows. Clash of the Tight Tens may have been a lot quieter than the day before but the audience enjoyed the acts to the tune of an average £3 a person whilst at 99FWP we went one better with £4 per person on a turnout of 15 - 5 of which were a theatre group performing nearby.
These stats follow a trend I've previously noticed where large audience don't necessarily equal large buckets. Whilst larger audiences assume that everyone else will put in and therefore adjust their donation accordingly, smaller audiences express their more personal experience in quite the opposite direction.
Tomorrow we're taking the day off. Originally this was to see shows but we've somehow ended up hosting the Musical Comedy Guide show in the middle of them so it's "work" as usual.
Clash of the Tight Tens
Bums on seats: 13 (Total: 91)
Cash in the swing bin: £40 (Total: £159)
99 (First World) Problems
Bums on seats: 15 (Total: 86)
Cash in the bag for life: £61 (Total: £206)