Le Fil 


Come join Le Fil as he explores a world of gay-straight men, desire and objectification through a fusion of hip thrusting live music, comedy, twisted autobiography and gender-bending performance art.  This ‘pop-gig-with-extras’ opens its doors to cruising toilets, bad romances and racial fetishisation while exploring the modern constructions of gender that packages us up for consumption. Think Christeene meets Kylie meets Lucy Liu!  Expect striking visuals, comedy, dancers and warped pop routines to a kaleidoscopic soundtrack of music from the Pop Sculpture and Nightlife EPs, smashing gender stereotypes one song at a time.

Try before you buy folks, it’s open 24/7… how will you have yours?

Le Fil is an independent British-Chinese androgynous male multimedia provocateur pop artist and singer based in London. As both sculptor and sculpture, Le Fil is constantly transforming; using his body and art to challenge notions of gender and identity. With a creative background that fuses glossy pop songwriting, ceramic sculpture, fashion styling to underground live art – Le Fil straddles the worlds of music, art and now, theatre, in order to present touching and personal artistic statements. Le Fil has performed at Hackney Showroom, Royal Vauxhall Tavern and The Glory and featured in Attitude, QX, Dazed, i-D and Gay Times.


24/7 (extract) was part of PUG#4 at Tyneside Irish Centre 1st December 2017.


+44 (0) 77577 39643


Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE



PUG, performance cabaret night comes to The Stand Comedy Club!

PUG is an evening of comedy, dance, art and all the glorious things in between. Highly political, soulful and surprising, PUG presents performances by visual artists, dancers, poets, theatre-makers and people who work across all these art forms.

And there’s a cheeky disco.

Hosted by Hannah Walker, Rosa Postlethwaite and Jamie Cook.

Line-up: What’s That Dance, Honourous_Chun, Strange Boy and Figs in Wigs. See programme here.

When: Sunday 25th August, Doors 7:00pm, Show & Disco 8.30 – 11.30pm

Where: The Stand Comedy Club. The Stand website here.

Tickets: PUG tickets are Pay What You Decide.
When you arrive at PUG you will be given an envelope in which you can anonymously pay an amount of your choice for your ticket. Please leave this at the front desk during or after the show.

Reserve a ticket by calling The Stand on 0191 300 9700

Suitability: 18+

Content and Trigger Warning: strong language, loud music, track used in performance, ‘Requiem for Hit’ contains the lyrics ‘I Beat that Bitch with a hit’. Written by Miss Kittin this song is a feminist interpretation of the house track ‘I Beat that bitch with a bat’.

PUG#8 will be filmed and photographed to document the performances and to market future PUG events. Please let Rosa know via the email below if you do not which to be filmed or photographed.

Please contact PUG Producer, Rosa at rosa@pugnight.co.uk if you have any questions.

ROSA POSTLETHWAITE | +44 (0) 77577 39643 | info@pugnight.co.uk | Space Six, Floor Six, 39 Pilgrim St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 6QE

All images on PUG website by Chris Bishop www.picturesbybish.com