Posted on November 20, 2012
Milo and Leonardo of Milo Miles have kindly offered offered Dance Today readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to attend their December 1 (World AIDS Day) performance of Tainted Virtue, an evening of dark glamour and rock ’n’ roll with a twist, in the BrickHouse on London’s Brick Lane.
Leonardo Greco of Milo Miles says: “The Red Ribbon is the ‘original ribbon’ and seems to represent, in some respects, a long-forgotten cause. We want as many people as possible to become aware of the reality of living with and caring for someone with HIV and AIDS. This issue has yet to find a solution, there are still stigmas and inequalities associated with a positive diagnosis and those affected face many difficulties in their daily lives.
“It is important the wider public become aware of this and, as there is still no cure, raising awareness around the importance of safe sex is paramount. Donating two tickets to Dance Today means that we will be reaching another two people that we may have not reached otherwise.”
To win the pair of tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of this week, Friday, November 30, with the answer to the following question: Who directed the 1972 film Cabaret?
Look out for Carole Edrich’s feature on cabaret in the December issue of Dance Today, out on December 5.