It’s A Sin star Nathaniel Hall returns to stage for his explosive new play, Toxic, showing at HOME
A special opportunity to see the beautiful, semi-autobiographical play TOXIC at HOME Theatre at 2.15pm on 21st October.
Join us for a Recoverist trip to the theatre. A collaboration with Sober Gay Socials, this event is open to all LGBTQ+ people with a desire for change and/or in recovery from substance abuse, including family members, friends and significant others of those in recovery.
This powerful play – from writer and actor Nathaniel J Hall (It's a Sin) – pulls back the glittery curtain of pride to reveal a place where many still suffer the devastating impact of generational HIV stigma, racism, homophobia and toxic gender norms. Inspired by real events, TOXIC celebrates the resilience of the queer spirit.
The performance is at HOME, Manchester, on Saturday 21st October. It starts at 14.15, with approx running time of 90 mins (without interval). Attendees should arrive in the foyer of HOME for 2pm sharp. We have limited availability.
Content Warning: This play contains adult themes that some may find distressing. It also includes sexual references and swearing. Audio-visual material contains flashing images, lights and loud sounds.
Saturday 21st September 2023, 2.15pm
This Recoverist Culture Fix event is part of Portraits of Recovery's commitment to increasing access and engagement with the arts for people and communities in recovery. As part of our new programme, Recoverist Culture Fix members will be regularly invited to free or low cost visits to exhibitions, shows, performances and film screenings in Greater Manchester. If you want to hear about similar future events, sign up to be part of our member database (and select Recoverist Culture Fix as an interest in the drop down menu).
Photo Credits: TOXIC promotional images © Lee Baxter