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It’s A Sin star Nathaniel Hall and Chris Hoyle launch queer community arts fund in Manchester

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We’ve been following Nathaniel Hall’s work since he appeared on our screens last year as part of Russell T Davies’ seminal TV series It’s A Sin, and reviewed his play First Time when it toured a few months ago.

Nathaniel and playwright Chris Hoyle are the artistic directors of Dibby Theatre; alongside producer Ross Carey, the trio run this queer Manchester-based theatre company.

This Pride month they have launched Dibby’s LGBTQ+ Community Arts Fund, which aims to support LGBTQ+ creatives and communities to thrive across Greater Manchester. “Dibby is led by three white cis-gendered gay men and the fund is about us showing up for other people in our community – supporting intersectional voices and offering training and development,” says Nathaniel. “It’s about us cis-het gays stepping up and being better allies and supporting others. “As a gay man living with HIV, I know all too well the extra challenges many LGBTQ+ people face.

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