Monday, 5 October, the celebrated notion Backstage in Biscuit Country Sweden premiere at Spira - but there are only two scheduled screenings.
The public has a chance to see the show Backstage in Biscuit Country Monday evening.Photographer: Press photo
During Share Music Sweden's theme day for an egalitarian scene at the Spire on Monday making the acclaimed show Backstage in Biscuit Country debut in Sweden.
- There will be a show for those who are on the theme of the day, and then the public has the chance to see it at night, says Ms Rosen , Share Music Sweden.
The performance is acclaimed in the UK, and it is no coincidence that it is precisely during the theme day.
Med cutter and actor Jess Thom has Tourette's, a condition that makes her say "biscuit" 16,000 times a day, about 900 times per hour ( awake time).
- We want to highlight something that you might not have seen before, get some new perspective on things.
Easy to understand
performance is in English but organizers behind do not think that it should be so difficult to understand.
- Sure you can miss the point some time, but overall it is pretty easy to understand, says Helena Melin, Share Music Sweden.
- It is easy to absorb. It is fast, fun yet relaxing at the same time.