Don’t Forget The Lot!
This is going to be a super short post, partly because I’m incredibly busy at the moment and party because, much to my annoyance, I’ve got a bit of a cold.
The main reason why I’m so busy is that I’m spending lots of time organising We Forgot The Lot! – the creative event for children and young people with Tourettes and associated conditions that we’re putting on in April at Tate Britain.
Today is March 12th, so we’re exactly one month away from the big day itself. We’ve been doing loads of training with Tate staff and the artists who’ll be there on the day to make sure everyone knows what to do and how to make everyone feel welcome.
If you’re planning to come but haven’t booked yet, make sure you do as soon as possible! You can find out more info and book tickets here – numbers are limited. It’s totally free and there will be a limited transport service from Birmingham, Nottingham, Brighton, and a mainline London station (to be confirmed).
You can download the flyer here – please share it with anyone you think might be interested. And there’s a social story about the event here in case that’s useful. And I’ll be very happy to answer any questions you might have, by email. You can contact me here.
So don’t hang about! Book now to join us for this incredible event. I’m off to get rid of this cold so that I can feel at my best for We Forgot The Lot!