There are still ten days to go until the end of our Kickstarter appeal, and it’s great that we’ve already exceeded our target – it means we’ll definitely be able to take Backstage in Biscuit Land to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. So huge thanks to everyone whose generous support has taken us this far.
There’s still time for more people to get involved and pledge so we can make the show even better. For instance we’ll be able to get bigger posters to advertise it and have a British Sign Language interpreter at as many performances as possible.
You can see why taking this show to Edinburgh is so important to me below.
So please help us with one last big biscuity push by reminding friends and family, sharing this post on social media and telling as many people as you can about our campaign. If it helps, you can hum The Final Countdown to yourself – that’s what I’m doing as I write this.
If you use Twitter, look out for the #BIBL (pleasingly pronounced ‘bibble’). This’ll be our hashtag throughout the run and it’ll help keep you up to date with our news and progress.
Together we can make a show that changes perceptions of Tourettes, increases understanding of disability and, most important, challenges assumptions about how many times it’s acceptable to say ‘biscuit’ at the theatre.