Women hold a wealth of knowledge through their experiences of living with HIV
However, there are few opportunities to hear stories from women about living with HIV and getting older
Come and explore exciting ways of sharing experiences and hearing others’
- Have fun in a safe and welcoming space
- Be part of a diverse group of women and a shared experience
- Gain new skills and develop your talents
- No experience necessary
Come along to our twice a month creative workshops at Positively UK, where we will be exploring new ways of sharing and discussing our diverse experiences of being women.
These workshops are open to women living with HIV of ALL ages
345 City Road, EC1V 1LR
it is a safe and supportive space
28th January, 11th February, 25th February, 10th March,
17th March, 14th April, 28th April
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Who is involved:
Kat is a community theatre maker and lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She works collaboratively with community-based organisations to use creative ways to explore understandings of sex, sexuality and sexual health, using many different art forms.
Silvia is a woman living with HIV. She works at Positively UK as Deputy CEO leading on the policy and involvement work, ensuring people living with HIV are involved in decision making. Since 2004 she has been openly living with HIV because she believes it is a powerful way to challenge stigma against people with HIV.
Shema is an HIV specialist doctor and researcher at UCL whose main interest over the past ten years has been the health of women living with HIV. She is currently leading a nationwide research study (the PRIME Study) looking at menopause in women living with HIV.
Matilda has been involved with Positively UK for many years and has been a Trustee since 2013. She holds a BA in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education and an MA in Drama and Movement Therapy both at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and currently works as Freelance Drama therapist and HIV Youth consultant.
Helen is a woman living with HIV. She works at Positively UK as Women’s’ Project coordinator. Since 2002, Helen has been a dedicated promoter and advocate for integrated, culturally sensitive care and support for ensuring people living with HIV as well as empowering them in coping with their HIV diagnosis, treatment and adherence.