Deeds not Words, a Hebridean suffragette play

by muriel-ann-macleod in Stornoway, Scotland, United Kingdom

We did it
On 8th September 2017 we successfully raised £1,545 with 28 supporters in 60 days

A call to support the new play Deeds not Words, celebrating remarkable Hebridean women.

by muriel-ann-macleod in Stornoway, Scotland, United Kingdom

£10 or more

£10 Reward

Thank You. Your name will be placed in the Deeds not Words programme.

£25 or more

1 of 100 claimed

£25 Reward

Thank You. Your name will be placed in the Deeds not Words programme and you also receive a free download or paper copy of the show progamme including articles and information on Island women during the WW1 period.

£50 or more

£50 Reward

Thank you. Your name will be placed in the Deeds not Words programme. You will also recive a free download of playscript. (Optional please supply your email contact to recieve this reward).

£75 or more

£75 Reward

Thank you. Your name will be place in the show programme. You will also receive a free download of the Deeds not Words new music and Gaelic songs commission (Optional, please add your email address to receive this award).

£100 or more

£100 Reward

Thank you. Your name will be placed in the Deeds not Words programme. You will also receive a signed paper copy of the Deeds not Words script and the free download of the Deeds not Words new Music and songs Commission.

£250 or more

0 of 20 claimed

£250 Reward

Thank you. Your name will be placed in the show programme. You will also recieve the opportunity to view work in progress and meet the company at reahearsal and receive two free tickets to the premiere performance or any other island performance.

£500 or more

£500 Reward

Thank you. The reward for this pledge includes your name in the programme and on the Deeds not Words posters, flyers and web pages. You can also receive an advert for your business in the Deeds not Words programme plus two free tickets to the Premiere performance in An Lanntair or any other Island venue.

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