Positive raises charity wonga at sell-out London show

positive2My play ‘Positive’ was trialled as a full two-act piece at the weekend, following its successful two-week stint up in Edinburgh as a 60-minute show over the summer.

For World AIDS Day we swung by the brilliant Waterloo East Theatre, and successfully managed to sell the place out. “Sell-out show” has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?

It was my first sell-out since our final day in Edinburgh with ‘One Night Stand’ back in 2012 (and this time it was in a much bigger venue), so I’m super-chuffed that we raised a great amount of money for the charity Positively UK, which does great work with people living with HIV – obviously the central theme of the play itself.

Thanks a massive, massive load to everyone who came – and especially to the cast, and technician Abby Jones who, in the name of charity, all worked for free. Brillo.

Hopefully the play’s journey as a two-act show isn’t over quite yet…

One Reply to “Positive raises charity wonga at sell-out London show”

  1. […] a critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last summer and a sold-out performance in London on World AIDS Day in December, West Avenue are excited to confirm that Positive is […]

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