Cambridge Junction’s spring theatre and dance season continues on Tuesday 12th April with Touretteshero’s Backstage In Biscuitland.
This two-woman solo-show weaves comedy, puppetry, singing, and incredible tics to explore spontaneity, creativity, disability, and things you never knew would make you laugh.
Jess Thom has Tourettes syndrome, a condition that makes her say ‘biscuit’ 16,000 times a day. Her unusual neurology gives her a unique perspective on life; one she’s unleashing on the world.
Jess is neurologically incapable of staying on script, so no two shows can be the same. And that’s when the fun begins.
This show is a Relaxed Performance. This means audiences are welcome to move around and make noise during the show. This adds a whole new dimension, which is why Touretteshero likes to call it ‘Extra Live’. The show is also BSL interpreted.