Fluorescent goody bag? CHECK. Sperm keyring? CHECK. Branded lip balm and earphone winder? CHECK. Very Berry and Kiwi Fruit flavoured condoms? CHECK… it’s fair to say this was not your average assembly line.
Standing on a church hall stage with an interpreter by my side in front of an audience of 200 predominantly non-English speakers from the local Nepali community. This was definitely one of the more surreal moments of my time at NHS Creative.
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