Following a successful stint up at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe over the summer, West Avenue Theatre Company’s POSITIVE is heading to London for one night only – in the name of World AIDS Day.
Inspired by true stories, the play – written by Shaun Kitchener – is a “refreshingly funny” (The Scotsman) drama about Benji (Will Marsh), a young man living with HIV in modern Britain. With the virus relatively under control, he must now face the daunting prospect of getting his love life back on the move; fully aware of the stigma that his condition comes attached with. His also-Positive flatmate Nikki (Nathalie Barclay) seems
to have found happiness – so why can’t he?
The show will be play in full in London for the first time on Sunday, December 1, at the Waterloo East Theatre – with all proceeds heading to HIV charity Positively UK.
Tickets are priced £10-12 and are on sale directly from the Waterloo East box office.
WRITTEN BY: Shaun Kitchener
DIRECTED BY: Rob Ellis with Shaun Kitchener
CAST: Will Marsh, Jamie-Rose Monk, Timothy George, Paul Heelis, Nathalie
Barclay, Lorna Baillie, Shaun Kitchener