It’s a Sin is undeniably a monumental moment in British television. A mainstream show about the AIDS crisis in Britain
A Manchester-based theatre-maker and HIV activist this month announced a digital arts project to tackle the stigma surrounding HIV and
It’s so rare for me to think a one-man show isn’t long enough because, let’s be honest, most of them could be condensed into 15 minutes.
First Time is a one-man show created and performed by Nathaniel Hall, in which he explores his experiences of contracting HIV during his first sexual experience at the age of 16.
Let Me Look At You explores the diametrically opposed relationship between two generations of gay men – between the narrator (Mark Pinkosh) and the eponymous ‘you’, a young man in his late 20s.
Tackling HIV… Mayor Andy Burnham’s £1million pledge as Manchester joins Fast-Track Cities initiative
Great Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham unveiled a £1million plan to prevent new infections of HIV in Manchester in the next 25 years at the candlelit vigil which closed Gay Pride 2018.
Back in 2014, MM revealed that donations raised in that year were £54k, however in 2016, the money donated settled at a record breaking £149k.
‘No reason for delay’: LGBT Foundation say revolutionary HIV treatment PrEP needed ‘today not tomorrow’
The game-changing HIV preventative Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) should be introduced ‘today and not tomorrow’, according to the leading figure in the LGBT Foundation.
‘We want to get 300 people tossing off’: Charity urge Manchester to whip out their p…ancakes for sexual health
Get together with your friends and Toss Off – that’s the message being issued to the people of Manchester in order to raise awareness of HIV and sexual health.
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is teaming up with leading health professionals working in tobacco control in a bid to ‘bring smoking out of the closet’.
Manchester HIV charity George House Trust is celebrating the success of a groundbreaking positive-thinking radio station.