Created by Queer as Folk, Cucumber, Years and Years creator and former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies, and will explore the lives of three young gay men affected by the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.
We will be joined by Aled from Brigstowe and Natasha from THT who will be giving us an introduction to ‘It’s a Sin’, looking at Russell T. Davis’ past work and the changing attitudes/ experiences of living with HIV/AIDS in the 1980s and now. They will be around after to join Rebecca Ballard (Queer Vision Producer and Programmer) and Queer Vision team to discuss responses to the first episode and signpost to support available.
Pre-show discussion: 8.30pm
Show (Channel 4 broadcast): 9pm
Post-show discussion: 10pm
Sofa Club tickets are available on a pay-what-you-feel (PWYF) basis, this means that there is no set price for a ticket, making sure that it’s as accessible to as many people as possible. If you wish to attend for free, leave the payment field as 0 on the ticket booking page.
We encourage those who are able to afford it to buy one, this will allow us to continue to run the club on a PWYF basis.
Aled is living with HIV and was diagnosed 9 years ago. He is a strong community advocate and public speaker who is passionate about reducing HIV related stigma and improving the quality of life for people living with HIV.
Brigstowe is a charity who supports anyone living with or affected by HIV in Bristol and the surrounding areas. They offer a wide range of support from a quick phone call to 2 years intensive support with a dedicated support worker, a specialist Migrant and Asylum support service and group/one-to-one peer support.
Anyone can refer to their services if you or someone you know needs support, please get in touch.
T: 0117 955 5038