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A community-led Creative Outreach Project tackling HIV Stigma and Shame

Produced by Dibby Theatre in collaboration with George House Trust, In Equal Parts is a community-led creative outreach project developed alongside the show First Time.

It aims to educate everybody - regardless of HIV status - on modern HIV healthcare and prevention, destigmatise attitudes to the virus and empower people to understand their role in contributing to the UNAIDS goal of ending all new HIV transmissions by 2030.

To date, In Equal Parts has engaged over 5.7K people in creative workshops, talks, exhibitions, rapid HIV testing and fundraising parties - over 57K people have been engaged online.

And First Time and In Equal Parts have taken the Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) and Zero 2030 campaign messages to millions in broadcast, digital and print media.


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Stigma-smashing short films about life with HIV today.


Act up + Live

A free digital creative educational session raising about HIV activism past, present and future.

Suitable for 11+


In conversation

HIV focused chats with people living with HIV, health professionals and artists. Next up: In Conversation with Russell T Davies, writer of hit C4 drama It's A Sin.


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Rapid HIV Tests

If you live in Greater Manchester, click below to order a free HIV testing kit sent in the post.

Order  now!

Act Up + Get Down

Post-show fundraising parties with legendary DJs celebrating 35 years of HIV activism.

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My life, My Story

Artist development workshops for those interested in the autobiography of health and wellbeing.

Sue From Sexual Health

Meet Sue - sexual health nurse and lover of scented candles.


Sue is a no-nonsense Northerner with a heart of gold and Cheadle's best stocked lube cupboard.


She shot to fame when she was lovingly depicted in the show First Time - she's still waiting for the royalties.


Now Sue likes to offer sexual health advice as well as warm-takes (like hot takes, but kinder) to her 56 followers on Twitter, bringing a whole new meaning to the hash tag #ClapForCarers.


Get ready to get lubed up and loose-lipped with Sue!

World AIDS Day 2021

Get your students involved with World AIDS Day this December in Greater Manchester!

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After 17 years, Nathaniel finally gets to say thank you to a very special person.

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