A dark comic queer thriller. Presented in association with The Glory.

In a fractured and divided city, two men meet to recreate the killings of a famous gay serial killer – for their own pleasure and for the right price.

Written by Alexis Gregory.
Directed by Robert Chevara.
With Jonny Woo and Alexis Gregory

Show time 7.30pm (running time one hour)


SHOW DATES: APRIL 9th – 28th

See more info and the full fourteen April dates here:


Age restriction:
16 years +
‘Sex/Crime’ contains scenes and themes of an adult nature.

£12 (Monday and Tuesday) / £15 all other nights
Plus booking fee.


Praise for previous Alexis Gregory productions:

‘Slap’ (Theatre Royal Stratford East /  Channel 4 ‘pop up performance’ /  ‘Concrete’ in Shoreditch):

British Theatre Guide: ‘A bold piece of writing that takes unexpected directions’.
Younger Theatre: ‘Black-humoured and bleak…impactful with long lasting repercussions’.
London Box Office: ‘Gothic, heightened language…witty turns of phrase and comic absurdity…terrific’.
Broadway World: ‘Gregory’s debut makes a unique dent into the world of theatre’.
Theatre Perform: ‘Slap’ is loud, dark, comical, complicated and compelling…the biggest ‘slap’ to the senses any LGBT themed play has given audiences in years…real, raw and edgy stuff…as funny and endearing as it is tragic’.‘Safe’ (Soho Theatre / London Theatre Workshop directed by Robert Chevara and Norwich Theatre Royal):
Attitude: ‘Energetic, moving and powerfully constructed…important and unflinching…shames our society to its core…highly recommended…Robert Chevara nurtured an exception cast…ensured the clarify of the piece…drawing out effective emotional truth from cast and text’
The Stage: ‘Entertaining and enlightening…a compelling testament of abuse, resilience and ultimately hope…Chevara tempers the often brutal stories with deeply sympathetic direction’.

West End Wilma: ‘Fantastic political theatre…challenges the notion of Britain as a progressive country’.

GAY UK: ‘A beautiful script…pitch perfect…troubling and painful…ultimately redemptive’.

British Theatre Guide: ‘Thoughtful, believable and holds your attention…Theresa May should be made to see this play’.

Live Theatre UK: ‘Safe’s theatrical style is rarely seen other than on a much larger scale’.

Carns Theatre Passion: ‘A powerful, thought-provoking insight into untold lives’.