• London Fringe

NON BINARY CABARET - Thursday 21st October

in The Basement Cabaret Space at The Glory






Show Timings

Doors: 7:30pm | Show: 8:00pm

includes a 15 minute interval.

Ticket Price: 10

Entry to the space via the street down the right side of The Glory, there are steps to walk down in order to get to the space.


This event meets and abides with government regulations as of May 17th 2021.

Non Binary Cabaret is home to queer performance art and cabaret. Set in intimate venues across London, we invite you to get comfortable and learn a little lesson on how to celebrate and embrace gender, sexuality, and love. This is a sit down cabaret show full of organised surprises! On a Saturday Night with a bunch of great people and acts!

Come down to celebrate the life of Non Binary people in the cosy safe space that is The Glory Basement! This is living history and we will be sure to go down in the history books!

Be Present, Be Part, and Be Proud!
Curated and created by Wotever World.

What our audience said;

'Thank you for making my first night out, what seems like, ages so wonderful and full of unconditional queer love. The acts were pretty bloody special. I will be back xx' Jo

'What a top night that was! So many brilliant performers.' Billy

'Ive been going to Wotever World related events for years, and they always amaze and delight me, and Non Binary Cabaret doesnt disappoint either. A wonderful intimate space to see performance that tests the boundaries and definitions of gender, sexuality and all that we are! Wotever is always there to question and explore.' Joe

Poster description:

Backed by a light green foundation are 4 circular images of Shakona Fire (a Black, dark-skinned, dark-haired drag artist with their arms up behind their head, gorgeously smiling shoving off their pearly whites, eyes closed as they present beautiful white & blue cut-crease eye make-up, glowing skin & glossy lips. They wear a black bowler hat, a white sleeveless top and long-sleeved, black mesh gloves) Loxx Blaxx (a Black, dark-skinned Queerlesque performer backdropped by green foliage; turning away from the camera giving you nothing but dark brown dreadloxx which are coming down the side of their face like rain. They have yellow-mustard earrings with plaited hair detail which they made. Eyes are three different tones of pink eyeshadow from light to dark from the upper parts of the lid to the lower, finished with glittery purple liner. Their lips are a glossy light punk that gets darker toward the edge and they have a nose ring piercing.) Miss Terriboxx (a Black, dark-skinned bearded-drag artist dressed as Poison Ivy stood infront of exposed brick facing the camera wearing a bodysuit that looks to be made of green leaves. They also have got some leaves draped along their left arm which is up by their face with their hand pushing hair out of their face. Their hair is a bright red and so is their lip, and they also have gorgeous green eyeshow with white highlight) & Bee Jamming (a Black, dark-skinned drag creature with glowing skin, glossy lips, silver necklace round neck and wearing a wet look catsuit with mesh panels at the front, with bright pink & blue fringing dangling off the arms as Bee looks to their right holding a microphone in their right hand and their left hand raised mid-hosting) Beneath the images are event titling in black & white fonts with event & ticket information.

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