QETC is proud to support the Aidsfonds, a charity whose goal is a world without AIDS. Whether supporting HIV positive children in Africa or challenging Putin’s apathy towards Russia’s own AIDS epidemic, the Aidsfonds is tireless in its fight against HIV. QETC has already raised over €21k and during this production of Oscar Wilde’s comedy masterpiece we’ll be stepping up that support.
Barrie Stevens is seen here with the young cast of QETC's The History Boys, which played Amsterdam in 2009. Barrie directed QETC's 2008 production of Little Shop of Horrors and received a cheque for 2600 on behalf of Stop Aids Now. Donations were collected by cast members after the curtain call of QETC's successful The History Boys.
Hollywood actress Neve Campbell is pictured here handing over a cheque to Gerard Boels of STOP AIDS NOW! before attending a performance of Torch Song Trilogy in Amsterdam. Also pictured is Neve's mother, actress Marnie Neve - who played Mrs. Beckoff in this production.