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    An audience with Alexis Gregory

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    START DATE 10 October 2018
    START TIME 12:30
    LOCATION CG82
    END DATE 10 October 2018
    END TIME 13:30

    The Middlesex LGBT+ Everyone Else Forum is delighted to welcome actor, playwright and producer Alexis Gregory to the University.

    Alexis GregoryRiot Act, Alexis’s solo verbatim piece on queer activism, played to critical acclaim at the King’s Head in Islington this summer and was published by Oberon Books.

    Join Alexis at lunchtime on Wednesday 10 October when he will be performing excerpts from his plays and answering questions about LGBT+ theatre.

    Tickets are free – and Middlesex students, staff and friends of the University are all welcome.

    Book your place

    If you would like to get in touch with the Middlesex University LGBT+ Everyone Else Staff Forum, please email lgbt@mdx.ac.uk or tweet @MiddlesexLGBT.

    Details of our LGBT+ liberation group for students can be found on the MDXSU website.

    About Alexis Gregory

    Alexis Gregory is an actor, playwright and producer. His plays mostly explore queer themes and include Slap, covering an hour in the life of trans Dominique and her gay boyfriend Danny (Theatre Royal Stratford East / Channel 4’s first ever theatre performance / Concrete in Shoreditch), verbatim piece on LGBT youth homelessness Safe (Soho Theatre / London Theatre Workshop / directed by Alexis at Norwich Theatre Royal) and the recent critically acclaimed and sell-out run of Sex/Crime (at alternative queer East End venue The Glory) exploring gay serial killers and the sexualisation of violence. His solo verbatim piece, performed by himself, on queer activism Riot Act, played this summer to critical acclaim as part of the King’s Head Queer Season and is performed in the West End, at the Duchess Theatre, on 26 November for World AIDS Day in aid of the Dean Street Wellbeing Programme. Three of Alexis’s plays have also been published.

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