ANDRO AND EVE CREATE UNIQUE, FEEL GOOD EVENTS THAT CELEBRATE QUEER CULTURE... WELCOME.
We’ve created Yorkshire’s biggest drag king cabaret, The Kingdom Come, and now we’re very excited to be assembling the dream team of drag king LoUis CYfer, theatre director and academic Natalie Diddams, and Andro & Eve Artistic Director, Katherine Warman, to share skills in fun and active workshops to help you develop a drag king character. The two day practical course on the 9th – 10th November will explore gender as performance, character development, comedy improvisation, alongside technical and performance skills in mansformation.
No performance experience is necessary to attend these workshops, but you’ll benefit most from a willingness to get involved and readiness to perform in front of others. It is expected you will attend both days of training in order to get the most from this course and develop your drag king character fully.
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We are the creators of Sheffield’s first Drag King cabaret, The Kingdom Come, showcasing drag king talent from across the UK, and queer party A Reyt Queer Do which features some of the most exciting queer performance, comedy and music, as well as providing a platform for emerging talent.
Our drag king workshops are fun, physical, suitable for all abilities, and explore gender as a performance. We have also collaborated with experienced drag kings to share technical skills in the art of ‘mansformation’, helping participants create their own drag king characters.
Our approach to film screenings is ‘more is more’. Expect themed décor, cakes, live performance or director Q&A’s, and activities. Our film screenings are a chance to enjoy queer classics and the best new queer films in cosy settings with sweet treats.