National HIV Testing Week: It's time to party with Miss Marty in Birmingham's Gay Village!

National HIV Testing Week: It's time to party with Miss Marty in Birmingham's Gay Village!
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Posted on 19 Nov 2019

Laughter, chat and sex come together in a special event at Birmingham's Eden Bar tonight.


Presented as part of National HIV Testing Week, S.E.X - An Evening Of Comedy And Conversation features local comedians Aaron Twitchen and Annette Fagon.

This event is hosted by Miss Marty and will include discussions about the simple ways in which people can test for HIV and the benefits of early diagnosis.


All those attending the sexclusive event will be entered into a prize draw on the night and have a chance of winning a range of prizes, from clothing vouchers to a meal for two. The prize draw is open to event attendees only.

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