The wonderful drag world of Fantabulosa! goes live every day this week at 1pm, when one of the fabulous Fantabulosa! Family will be reading a story to you on their Facebook page for free!
But if you can’t be there at 1pm, there's no need to worry - the videos will stay online afterwards so that you can watch them whenever you want.
And if that’s not enough, all of the ensemble's music and activity books are available to download from the Fantabulosa! website.
A note for the grown-ups from Fantabulosa! (the serious bit):
"This is understandably a very difficult time for all of us. Due to the current guidance around coronavirus, many of our upcoming bookings have been cancelled - and whilst we completely support these decisions, they mean that our cast and team have lost income due to cancellations.
We employ 12 LGBTQ+ artists and staff across the year to deliver Fantabulosa! and spread our message of love, self-acceptance and celebration. Right now, a lot of us are worried about how we’re going to make ends meet in this unprecedented time. Our online storytimes are totally free to watch, but if you’re able to, and wanted to, help us out, we will be taking donations via PayPal from the link below. All the money raised will be split equally across the team to support them with living costs whilst they are unable to earn."
Thanks so much,
The Fantabulosa Family
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