1hr [No Interval]
Tue 11 Feb
£13 | £11 Concession
Created and performed by Alexis Gregory
Directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair
Direct from the West-End and a successful summer 2019 tour, the critically acclaimed Riot Act is a hard-hitting and hilarious and moving exploration of the history of the LGBT rights movement.
This powerful solo verbatim piece is created from playwright and performer Alexis Gregory’s interviews with one of the only remaining Stonewall survivors, a 1970’s London radical-drag artist and a prominent 1990’s AIDS activist.
Join us this February to mark LGBT History Month, with this journey through six decades of queer history….it’s going to be a riot!
‘Frank, warm and uninhibited'
‘A career defining performance…this stand out piece of theatre will become part of LGBT cultural heritage’
The Stage ★★★★
‘Verbatim theatre at its best’
Gay Times ★★★★
The Spy In the Stalls ★★★★★
‘The most moving piece of new queer writing currently being performed in London’
“A first-rate show…will make you laugh and cry.”
London Theatre Reviews ★★★★★
“Carefully considered and beautifully composed”
Broadway World ★★★★
‘An eye opening punch to the gut…achieves ambitious levels of storytelling’.
British Theatre Guide ★★★★
“Funny, moving, honest and truthful ... theatre at its simplest and at its best”
Queer Guru ★★★★
“Alexis Gregory has woven various themes together beautifully in his compelling performance in RIOT ACT ... A masterclass ... Absolutely riveting”
The Reviews Hub ★★★★
“These are stories that need to be heard, delivered with power that demands we listen” –
“A powerful and important piece of verbatim theatre…Alexis Gregory gives a masterful performance”
‘Riot Act’ is published by Oberon Books.
Recommended for audiences of 16 years+ as it contains themes and language of an adult nature.