Don’t go for second best! This special performance of Brian Mullin’s Live To Tell is followed by a chance to hear some of the creative responses developed during our Express Yourself workshops – empowering a diverse range of people living with HIV to share our voices.
Led by theatre-maker Brian Mullin and Positive East Peer Support Worker Mina Kakaiya, participants in the workshops shared experiences, laughter, music and self-care to create personal pieces that express what it feels like in this world, surviving – and thriving – with HIV. Tonight is your chance to hear some of them.
Stigma is real, but creative writing and performance techniques can help us reflect and grow in confidence. Go inside, for your finest inspiration, your dreams will open the door…
Live To Tell is running at Camden People’s Theatre from April 4th to 15th https://cptheatre.co.uk/whatson/Live-to-Tell-A-Proposal-for-the-Madonna-Jukebox-Musical
You can read more about Brian, the show, the exhibition running in the theatre foyer throughout the run, and the collaboration with Positive East here