Staying safe at the Edinburgh Fringe: Home Safe Collective
Following the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon, a Melbourne comedian, on her way home after a gig, a group of comedians has formed the Home Safe Collective. Dressing rooms aren’t safe for women these days, never mind the streets. Please give generously to this very important scheme.
Home Safe Collective was started by a group of comedians who wish to ensure that everybody gets home safely from their shows at the Edinburgh Fringe. The Fringe is an expensive time of year, and spending money on a cab home can be impossible for some, so we want to make sure everyone can get home safely and nobody feels they can’t get home safely. We have set up an account with CityCabs in Edinburgh whose drivers are police checked. For more information and if you want to register on the system (and we encourage all female Fringe performers to do so) you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Details of how to access the service will be sent out nearer Fringe time. Be safe and look after yourselves.
Home Safe Collective xxx
Please give generously at: https://www.paypal.com/pools/c/869hIENiIV