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Andro and Eve Presents: Drag King Workshop Course

Wed. 8 July 2020 at 19:30–21:00

Wed. 15 July 2020 at 19:30–21:00

Wed. 22 July 2020 at 19:30–21:00

£15 / £8 (for full course)

Join Andro and Eve online this summer for a series of drag workshops, led by drag king and frequent Andro and Eve performer Christian Adore.

You’ve always wanted to try drag, but you don’t know where to start? Well start here! These workshops are about giving you all the tools you need to make an original drag character, and have some fun exploring what you can do with them! Christian Adore will take you from dreaming up a drag persona, through to makeup and mansformation, to key performance skills. Build your confidence, play with gender, and learn some top tips of the trade with an industry pro. No prior experience needed!

This is an online course with three workshops, taking place on Zoom. You can book for all 3 in one go, and save money, or book for just one. FREE BURSARIES available for those with restrictive incomes. Click here to book your place.

For beginners. 18+ only.

Find out more about Sheffield queer culture heroes Andro and Eve in our Meet the Locals interview with creative director Katherine Warman.

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