21 April - 9 May '09
Bad Blood Blues by Paul Sirett

Bad Blood Blues by Paul Sirett 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

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