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On election night in the Brighton Dome Studio Theatre we learn that “Nigel Farage is at home washing his tortoise.” And Jess Thom aka Touretteshero is on fire, an irrepressible force of nature, welcoming her audience to Biscuitland with a charm and an affectionate grin that cannot fail to woo. Review by Colin Hambrook

The two performers are looking at the camera. Jess Mabel Jones is wearing a black top and smiling. Jess Thom is dressed as a superhero with a blue cape and blue headdress. She is grimacing.

Jess Thom and Jess Mabel Jones go Backstage in Biscuitland

On election night in the Brighton Dome Studio Theatre we learn that “Nigel Farage is at home washing his tortoise.” And Jess Thom aka Touretteshero is on fire, an irrepressible force of nature, welcoming her audience to Biscuitland with a charm and an affectionate grin that cannot fail to woo. Review by Colin Hambrook

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16 May 2015

bobcorrick

just got back on Twitter and smiled when I saw Tourettes Hero

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