Victorian, unique and vintage are but a few ways to describe the eye-catching Old Joint Stock Theatre pub, sitting just shy of Birmingham City Centre. Born originally as a library in 1862 then later a bank, this decadent and richly decorated Victorian pub sits comfortably opposite St Philips Cathedral…
Created and performed by Alexis Gregory, directed by Rikki Beadle Blair.
From the producers of GYPSY QUEEN
Direct from the Kings Head Theatre and Duchess Theatre in the West-End, the critically acclaimed Riot Act is A hard-hitting, hilarious and heart-warming exploration of the history of the LGBTQ rights movement.
This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and 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 on a journey through six decades of queer history. It’s going to be a riot!
“Funny as well as moving, honest and truthful…theatre at its simplest and at its best” - British Theatre Guide
Media partnered with Attitude magazine.
|20:00 - 21:15||£13.00|
|18:30 - 20:00||£18.00|
4 Temple Row West, B2 5NY
Birmingham City Centre
TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
Changes can be made to ticket purchases subject to availability and may not be an option for certain events. Changes will incur a £2.50 per ticket administration fee. This is offered at the discretion of the venue.
LATECOMERS - Please be aware that due to the intimate setting of the Old Joint Stock Theatre that latecomers MAY not be admitted. Please leave sufficient time for arrival as refunds will not be given if you cannot be admitted due to arriving late.