Andro and Eve
Andro and Eve have been creating joyful spaces for the LGBTQ+ community since 2016, bringing people together over performances, parties, film screenings, and drag king workshops. In their own words: "we create unique, feel-good events to celebrate queer culture. Our approach is playful, creative, and motivated by a desire to provide accessible opportunities for the community to come together, develop their understanding, and share in memorable experiences" – read more in our Meet the Locals interview with founder and director Katherine Warman.
This summer, Andro and Eve launched an online programme, featuring a three-part drag king course and a Cabaret College. In October, they published their first zine: CENTRE.
CENTRE is a collaboration with artist Okocha Obasi, founder of Racezine Collective. It features stories, poems and creative works by actor, director and filmmaker Rikki Beadle-Blair, zine and textile artist Seleena Laverne Daye, and members of the Andro and Eve community, as well as an interview with LASS (Lesbian Support Sheffield). 50% of profits from the zine will be donated to Yorkshire’s Racial Justice Network, who bring together over thirty organisations in the West Yorkshire region to proactively promote racial justice.
And come back soon for news of Andro and Eve's future events and activities.