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Thanks to No Class Films :)

UK TOUR OF "BECOMING ELECTRA: A QUEER MITZVAH"

    by Isla van Tricht

directed by Tash Hyman

 

A heart-warming and original one-woman drag show about a queer Jewish girl trying to find her voice. 


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


After performances at JW3 and The Other Palace, we are embarking upon a UK tour of the show! Please book tickets below (and tell all your friends!)

tour schedule

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KING'S HEAD, London ; 13th October

SOLD OUT

ELECTRIC THEATRE, Guildford ; 27th October

FESTIVAL THEATRE, Edinburgh ; 9th November

BARBICAN THEATRE, Plymouth ; 16th November

ADC THEATRE, Cambridge ; 19th November

LAWRENCE BATLEY THEATRE, Huddersfield ; 22nd November

JERSEY ARTS CENTRE, Jersey; 26th November

Photo by Harry Elletson

OLD FIRE STATION, Oxford ; 28th November

NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE, Nottingham ; 29th November

ST LEONARD'S PUB, St Leonards ; 9-10th December

KOMEDIA, Brighton ; 12th December

THE ROUNDHOUSE, London; 18th December

SOLD OUT

LIMMUD, Birmingham ; 23-24th December

PREVIOUS PRAISE

THE GUARDIAN ★★★★

     “Electra Cute, the outfit’s Sporty Spice... with a will-to-power rendition of Rise Like A Phoenix”.

THE SCOTSMAN ★★★★★

     “If you are feeling hopeless, helpless and, well, anything from a bit meh to utterly devastated, listen to Electra sing Rise Like A Phoenix and your soul will be healed.”

THREE WEEKS ★★★★★

     “This play leaves you spellbound.” 

THE STAGE

     “The fragility of comic genius is exposed by Guy Woolf’s touching portrayal.” 

FRINGE GURU ★★★★

     "A very funny play, filled with spiky one-liners and deft recurring themes." 

MIRO MAGAZINE ★★★★

"This new musical makes you smile whatever your stance."

BECOMING ELECTRA: A QUEER MITZVAH

If I Could Put My Eyes (Inside Your Head)

A track from our upcoming show BECOMING ELECTRA. 

Performed live by Guy Woolf at JW3 London.

Words by Isla van Tricht and Guy Woolf.

Music by Guy Woolf.