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© 2019 by Isla van Tricht

    BECOMING ELECTRA is embarking on a UK TOUR 2019

     

    CLICK ON LINKS BELOW FOR TICKETS:

    13th OCTOBER – KING’S HEAD THEATRE, LONDON

    27th OCTOBER - ELECTRIC THEATRE, GUILDFORD

    9th NOVEMBER - FESTIVAL THEATRE, EDINBURGH

    16th NOVEMBER - BARBICAN THEATRE, PLYMOUTH

    19th NOVEMBER - ADC THEATRE, CAMBRIDGE

    22nd NOVEMBER - LAURENCE BATLEY THEATRE, HUDDERSFIELD

    26th NOVEMBER - BENJAMIN MEAKER THEATRE, JERSEY

    28th NOVEMBER - OLD FIRE STATION, OXFORD

    29th NOVEMBER - NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE, NOTTINGHAM

    9th DECEMBER - THE ST LEONARD PUBLIC HOUSE, ST LEONARD'S

    12th DECEMBER - KOMEDIA, BRIGHTON

    15th DECEMBER - JW3, LONDON

    18th DECEMBER – ROUNDHOUSE, LONDON

    22nd DECEMBER - LIMMUD FESTIVAL, BIRMINGHAM

    A heart-warming, hilarious and hugely enjoyable one-woman drag show about a Jewish girl trying to find her voice.

    Electra is turning 18 and wrestling with her identity: can she tell her queer friends she’s Jewish and her Jewish friends that she’s queer?

    You’re invited to the party she’s throwing to find out.

    With show-stopping songs and comical, compelling storytelling, BECOMING ELECTRA is a cabaret show like no other: exploring what happens when Jewish and queer cultures collide.

    Written by Isla van Tricht. Performed by Guy Woolf

    Supported by JW3.

     

    BECOMING ELECTRA:

    A QUEER MITZVAH

    Photo: Harry Elletson 

     

    SEA GIRL

    Sea Girl is a multi-sensory theatrical experience for children aged 7 to 11, inspired by young women single-handedly sailing around the world. Join Naomi and Ellen as they imagine a whirlwind adventure; battling treacherous storms, meeting weird and wonderful creatures and visiting far-off lands.

     

    The experience is interactive and multi-sensory, anchored by the story of our central two characters. There are different versions of the show: for neuro-typical children and children with special educational needs and disabilities; for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties; and children on the autistic spectrum. Played in the round, the show is self-sustainable and easy to tour to a variety of different spaces.

     

    Touring from Spring 2020, please do get in touch if you'd like to host the show or would like to see the show near you!

    Contact: courtenay.johnson@outlook.com