4th December saw the launch of Hugh Wyld’s HIV Voices
Hosted by a charity in London, Positive East, we had an evening of discussion and performance. Hugh had a conversation with one of the trustees of the Terrence Higgins Trust, Ant Babajee and I danced to the beat of Hatty Carmen’s drum, including smacking my hand against a ceiling light in my enthusiasm. An awesome night.
The HIV Voices’s most brilliant website is now officially launched – check it out here (www.hivvoices.com).
It has been an incredible experience this year, meeting new friends, creating, performing and being part of a worthy and vital cause. Looking forward to being part of the conversation in 2015, bringing HIV and AIDS back to the forefront, making sure it is not forgotten and helping people to realise it isn’t really that big a deal.
Loved it last night @HIV_Voices – thank you @PositiveEast @t4rdis – could have talked for hours! #DontForgetHIV
— Ayesha (@ACaselyHayford) December 5, 2014
A few words from me about this year's #WorldAidsDay: http://t.co/JfPwl14UdL #WAD2014 #PositiveSW2014 #PutARibbonOnIt pic.twitter.com/We7l80W8US
— Ant Babajee (@t4rdis) November 30, 2014
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