Reading The Epidemic

Talk

18:30, Sun 1 Dec 2019
CULTUREPLEX
Free, Booking Essential

To mark World AIDS Day 2019, a collection of special guests will read aloud selections from diverse writing on HIV and AIDS. Bringing together memoir, poetry, educational literature, personal reflection, fiction, journalism and more, this will be a way to share, remember and inspire through the written and the spoken word.

Hosted by Greg Thorpe of Superbia, with time for conversation and reflection afterwards.

This event is free and forms part of Day With(out) Art Manchester, an annual programme of arts events for World AIDS Day, curated by Superbia, the programme of arts and culture from Manchester Pride.

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