Noisy film and theatre viewers combatted with 'Silent Snacks' range

Noisy nacho eaters will hopefully soon be a thing of the past

Jacob Stolworthy
Wednesday 14 September 2016 11:44
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One of the most frustrating things about forking out loads of money to go to your local theatre or multiplex is when you sit down and realise the person hunched down next to you will be chewing loudly on nachos for the next hour.

In a bid to prevent this from ruining your theatre-going experience any longer, a new range of food named 'Silent Snacks' has been launched by ticketing app TodayTix.

The move encourages people to eat foods that won't disturb anybody situated around them.


Chocolate truffles and fruit slices are among the foods featured as part of the range that has been developed with TeaTime Productions. Leaving no stone unturned, the creators have ensured these items will be available in material pouches so as to eliminate any noise associated with packaging.

Uncarbonated drinks will also be available.

“TodayTix wants every audience member to enjoy their theatre experience to the full," the app's spokesperson said, "...and so we have found a solution to the common problem of noisy eaters and rustling wrappers.

"By purchasing our one-of-a-kind silent snacks, theatregoers can enjoy everything London's theatres have to offer free from distractions.”

Christoph Waltz will be happy.

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