Victorian, unique and vintage are but a few ways to describe the eye-catching Old Joint Stock Theatre pub, sitting just shy of Birmingham City Centre. Born originally as a library in 1862 then later a bank, this decadent and richly decorated Victorian pub sits comfortably opposite St Philips Cathedral…
Can you remember your first time? Nathaniel can't seem to forget his. To be fair, he has had it playing on repeat for the last 15 years. HIV+ theatre-maker, Nathaniel Hall, presents a funny and frank autobiographical solo show about staying positive in a negative world.
'First Time has made a timely generational update to the story of acquiring and living with HIV. But this is an intensely personal story, and in staying true to that, Hall has created something universal and deeply moving' - ATTITUDE MAGAZINE
SHOUT SAYS: OK, so technically the festival finishes on November 17 but we couldn't let Nathaniel Hall's hilarious and important show pass us by. He took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm this summer, and now he's coming to Birmingham. Coinciding with National HIV testing week, Friday's performance will include a post-show discussion with Dr. David White from the Birmingham Heartlands HIV Service.
|20:00 - 21:00||£10.00|
|18:30 - 20:00||£18.00|
4 Temple Row West, B2 5NY
Birmingham City Centre
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