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    First Time

    First Time

    • 11 Mar -
      12 Mar 2022
      11 Mar - 12 Mar 2022

    Can you remember your first time? Nathaniel can’t seem to forget his. To be fair, he has had it playing on repeat for the last 15 years.

    Now the party is over, the balloons have all burst and he’s left living his best queer life: brunching on pills and Googling kangaroo vaginas, ancient condoms and human cesspits on a weekday morning… or is he?

    Award-winning HIV+ theatre-maker Nathaniel Hall (It’s a Sin) and Dibby Theatre present their critically acclaimed ‘hilarious’ and ‘heart breaking’ hit autobiographical show about growing up positive in a negative world.

    Join him as he blows the lid on the secret he’s been keeping all these years.

    A Waterside Arts Commission supported by Arts Council England.

    • RUNNING TIME75 mins + post-show Q+A
    • TICKETSStandard £16 / Concession £12
    • VENUE


    Standard From £16 / Concession From £12 (Tickets and prices subject to availability)
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    All Factory Theatre and Spielman Theatre performances are still being sold at slightly reduced capacities, to avoid overcrowding in any part of the building, and to maximise the volume and circulation of fresh air. Please note that these reductions in capacity no longer equate to social distancing, and you may be seated next to another customer.

    We ask you to please continue to wear masks as much as possible during your visit. This will help to guarantee the highest levels of safety for our audience, performers and staff.

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    • “Packs an emotional punch that resonates even after you’ve left the theatre.”

      The Guardian
    • “An unabashedly heart on sleeve, crowd-pleasing show but also a crucial one for raising awareness about HIV”

      Lyn Gardner, Stagedoor
    • A truly remarkable story of triumph, I was in awe.”

      Russel T. Davies

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