Online Q&A with Russell T Davies … Rachel says “Tarrraa to Annus Horribilis 2020”

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Online Q&A with Russell T Davies, writer of “It’s A Sin”

Award-winning writer and producer Russell T Davies, will be joined by HIV activist Paul Fairweather for a Q&A event online, to coincide with the the release of Russell’s new TV series, “It’s A Sin” which launched on Friday 22 January at 9.00pm on Channel 4.

Russell T Davies is also a patron of HIV charity George House Trust and this online event will give you the opportunity to hear what inspired Russell to create the series, his reasons for supporting George House Trust, and why “It’s A Sin” is never more needed.

Russell said, “I’m lucky, because I get the opportunity to write dramas about HIV and AIDS, but I’m fully aware that the real work is done by people like my mates at George House Trust. It’s an honour to be their patron, and to have this Q&A with them.”

The event will start at 7.00pm on Tuesday 2 February on Zoom and will contain frank discussion of HIV and the impacts of stigma. It’s free, although registration is required.

If you would like to support the work of George House Trust with a donation, you can do so here.

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