Earlier this month we celebrated two years of Andro & Eve with a special edition of A Reyt Queer Do. It was nearly two years to the day that we first screened But I'm a Cheerleader in Cafe 9, Sheffield, and we marked the occasion with a night of drag king cabaret, cake and queer joy.
Today marks two years since the first Andro & Eve event at Cafe #9 with a screening of But I'm a Cheerleader. Last night we celebrated that anniversary in the best possible way, surrounded by the community we care so much about, at a special edition of A Reyt Queer Do.
We write this post because, yet again, the Drag Kings we work with have been done a disservice by the media. Sadly, this time it is Sheffield independent publisher Now Then that has pretty much failed to represent what a Drag King is while promoting our next event A Reyt Queer Do. While we're very … Continue reading Drag Kings: Lets break this down
We're VERY excited to announce we'll be bringing Drag Kings to Sheffield before 2017 is out! But this time we want to program some fresh talent! Have you got a Drag King act you can't wait to share with the world? Are you fairly new to drag and want to test out an act in … Continue reading Calling Kings of the North!
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On June 3rd we returned to Walkley Community Centre to produce the second edition of our Drag King night, The Kingdom Come. This time the theme was 'Holiday Camp' and our audience and drag performers sure brought the tropical, gender bending vibes! The cabaret - style evening was hosted by Adam All and Apple Derrieres, scene … Continue reading The Kingdom Come #2: Holiday Camp!
On Saturday 22nd April we hosted our first drag king workshop at One Space Sheffield. Adam All and Apple Derrieres travelled from London to deliver this special event, and help those attending bring forth their male alter ego's through discussion, movement and makeup tutorials. To be honest we really didn't know what to expect, this … Continue reading Our first Drag King workshop!
Why Andro and Eve? We get asked sometimes..
somehow this film manages to capture the essence of the book, changing a few minor plot points, but making a piece of art that stands in its own right
"we can’t help feeling excited and a little bit proud of what we’ve achieved here in Sheffield at a time when it seems that women-focused and queer spaces are needed more than ever "