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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.

Confirmed artists:

  • Singer Adam O’Shea
  • Drag Artiste Ana Phylactic
  • Vogue Dancer Tyrone John
  • Textiles Artist India Chetta-Roberts
  • Vogue House Mother Darren Pritchard

 

This event will be live captioned.
Tickets are available until 7pm on 1 December. If you haven’t been able to book a ticket, we’ll also be livestreaming this event via Contact’s Facebook page from 8pm.
Artist Nathaniel Hall writes on the wall with a marker

Artist Nathaniel Hall will join Jordan Roberts and the George Hall Trust Positive Speakers.

Content Warning

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.

  • Price
    Free
  • Venue

    Online via Zoom

  • Booking info

    You will receive a link to take part in the show and to watch the videos via email. Please check your inboxes, including junk/spam email, for this.

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