Please join us for an evening of real life stories from a broad section of experiences all connected by HIV and a chance to remember those loved ones who have passed.
When: Thursday 7th March 2019
Time: 7pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Unity Theatre, Liverpool
Cost: free however booking essential
Tickets available via the Unity Theatre website here.
Sahir House WAD Monologues
Journeying through 3 decades of HIV campaigns, activism, remembering our loved ones lost to HIV, exploring what was written about HIV in those early days, the nurse’s stories and ultimately hearing about living with HIV during the last 30 years.
The Monologues have been written by Sahir House patrons Jonathan Harvey and Jonathan Larkin, HIV activists, specialist nurses and people living with HIV for 36 years.
The second part of the evening will be the performance of the play,
Enigma Stigma written by Marjorie H Morgan.
This is the dramatic story of a young man whose life changes when he discovers he’s HIV positive. Join him on his journey as he reflects about his life alongside his conscience: together they remember and experience raw fear, and rejection, then finally discover hope when they learn the truth behind the results of the blood test and treatment options.
Enigma Stigma is directed by Kieron D Williams, and performed by Nick Sheedy and Liam Powell-Berry.