Join the GHT Positive Speakers from George House Trust along with HIV+ artists Jordan Roberts and Nathaniel Hall for this stigma-smashing event. Hear their remarkable stories and ask all the questions you always wanted (but were too scared) to ask about HIV.
A digital event hosted by Contact and presented in association with George House Trust and Superbia. The event is part of Manchester-based Dibby Theatre’s community-led creative outreach project tackling HIV stigma and shame. Find out more here.
In the second half of this event, we’ll have the premiere of a brand new film by Jordan Roberts. To Whom It May Concern… explores HIV past, present and future through music, drag, vogue-dance and textiles. It is funded by Superbia and GMCA.
- Singer Adam O’Shea
- Drag Artiste Ana Phylactic
- Vogue Dancer Tyrone John
- Textiles Artist India Chetta-Roberts
- Vogue House Mother Darren Pritchard
The event will contain frank discussion of HIV, diagnosis, treatment and the impacts of stigma. Nathaniel Hall is an HIV+ artist, activist and George House Trust Positive Speaker, and he will share signposting support during the event for anyone who feels affected by the topics raised.