Show postponed due to performer illness. All tickets will be valid for the later date (TBC) or can be fully refunded. Please contact the box office with any questions.
“What are you if you’re not a man or a woman, when the world forces you to be one or the other?
And what does drag even mean if you’re not a king or a queen?
Also…how can I make this into a musical?”
Non-Binary Electro Hour brings together noise about queer life, and desire for queer/trans bodies, with a brief punk history of transness outside the boxes – from queer stars of stage and screen to the gender-bending icons of today.
Expect drag theatre, sci fi, strip-tease, and spoken word. This modern-day revue is a messed up take on what it’s like to be in-between categories.
Non-Binary Electro Hour sold out its first two runs at Camden Peoples’ Theatre. Now it goes to festivals for more celebrations of gender fuckery and fantasy.
About the Artists
Ray Filar is a performance artist and writer, whose work looks at genderfuck drag, feminism, kink, anarchism and punk.
They’ve performed at the Tate Britain, Hayward Gallery, National Maritime Museum, Glastonbury and Latitude festivals, National Theatre River Stage, Cologne Art Week, with David Hoyle, and anywhere else that will have them. They are currently being mentored by Scottee. Their writing has been published in The Guardian, Independent Voices, The Times, and Verso, and they have appeared on TV on Sky News and LondonLive. They formerly hosted a left-wing feminist radio show called Killjoy FM, broadcast on Novara Media and Resonance FM. They are currently doing a PhD in Creative Writing at Sussex University.
Ray Filar Twitter
LIVE ART CLUB
Breaking rules, defying traditions, resisting definitions and asking awkward questions.
Immerse yourself in a series of live happenings in a relaxed venue*.
* Norwich Arts Centre warmly welcomes everyone to experience live art in a relaxed space.
Come and go as you please. Social media tweets and photos encouraged. Engage or disengage.
Live art should be experienced with an open mind and a sense of humour. There’s no theatre etiquette and no judgement here.