Bad Blood Blues by Paul Sirett
Are Africans being exploited as ‘guinea pigs' to test new drugs for multi-national pharmaceutical companies? Why is HIV/AIDS treatment too expensive for countries where the virus is most rife? Is it okay to sacrifice lives to protect the integrity of medical studies?
Bad Blood Blues is a powerfully intense new play that leads us deep into a personal and sexual moral maze while confronting the ethics of HIV/AIDS drug trials in Africa. Performed in Theatre Royal's Studio space. Directed by Ryan Romain.
Please note: due to very strong language and scenes of a sexual nature Bad Blood Blues is not suitable for those easily offended.
Bad Boy Blues from 21 April to 9 May at Theatre Royal Stratford East, 7.30pm
Address: Theatre Royal Stratford East, Gerry Raffles Square, Stratford, London, E15 1BN
Box Office: 020 8534 0310
Tickets: £10 / £6 Concessions available