There are too many themes running through Sublime, too many aspects that aren’t sufficiently resolved or explored within Sarah Thomas’ writing. Sophie (Adele Oni) and Sam (Michael Fatogun) are brothers but possibly lovers; they are estranged but familiar; the robberies go well and then suddenly go wrong. There’s a fractious relationship between Sam and his girlfriend’s father Nigel (Declan Cooke) and some shady dealings that are never quite clear even when explained. The only constant is the somewhat vacuous ignorance of girlfriend Clara (Suzy Gill).
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Awarded 3.5 stars – Highly emotive
Four individuals take to the stage, young men and women that have had more than their fair share of life’s hardships already. These are LGBT individuals that comprise 25% of the homeless and at risk youth currently in the UK. All from broken homes, all fighting for their lives, each one rescued from certain demise by the Albert Kennedy Trust, which supports LGBT homeless young people in crisis. Safe is as much a testament to their work as it is to the inner strength of these individuals. Everyone needs to feel safe, whatever that word means.