Production needs more support from public

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A THEATRE group is urging people to help fund a multi-media experience mixing theatre, video projections, and live original music.

Unsigned, a piece exploring unemployment among young adults, was picked up by Kevin Sutherland from KDB Media and Ben Claybon, associate producer of the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth.

Along with Amplified Theatre, they aim to bring the piece back for this year’s Camden Fringe Festival following an offer from the Tristan Bates Theatre in London’s West End.

The group have an indiegogo campaign and a video to promote the piece and need to raise money to put the show on and produce it on a bigger scale, adding more songs and more video projections.

Those who donate to the project will receive perks ranging from mentions on social media to free show tickets depending on how much they give.

The crowd-funding page can be found at indiegogo.com/projects/unsigned-a-new-play-with-music/x/10951917#/story