David Tennant Interview In Next Week's Big Issue
David Tennant will feature in next week's Big Issue, the award-winning magazine that gives people the opportunity to work their way out of poverty. David has contributed to the regular feature 'Letter To My Younger Self'.
Transcribing David Tennant fondly recalling being punched for being a ‘weirdo’ in a bootlace tie in Paisley’s Toledo Junction nightclub. Sounds as classy as Downtown Miami in East Kilbride back in the day.— Jane Graham (@Janeannie) February 13, 2018
Full interview in next week @BigIssue @davidtennantcom #DavidTennant
Journalist Jane Graham has also informed us that the issue will be available nationally in the UK.
The Big Issue was founded in 1991 as a social business with the aim of helping rough sleepers to earn an income by becoming street vendors. The magazine has now expanded to four continents and vendors include individuals experiencing a range of social problems associated with poverty and marginalisation including, but not exclusively, homelessness. In the UK there are around 1500 vendors, each acting as a micro-entrepreneur, selling the magazine to over 350,000 customers. For this reason it is important that each customer buys the magazine from a registered vendor and makes sure that they take their copy, supporting the mission to dismantle poverty through self-help and the promotion of sustainable social enterprise.
Look out for Big Issue magazine, on sale from your local vendor every week. David's interview will feature on the edition on sale in the week commencing 19th February.
Visit the Big Issue website here