Artistic director / Ceo
Finn is passionate about sharing their love of queer culture; because representation matters, and seeing aspects of their life reflected in film, music and performance has been the catalyst to accepting their own queerness. Finn founded Andro & Eve to make space for better representation and put community first.
Finn has a worked as an artist, workshop facilitator and producer in the cultural and education sector for 15 years. Specialising in large – scale participatory arts projects, they have a wealth of experience in partnership working, project management, leadership and communications.
Finn programmes and produces each project for Andro and Eve and facilitates our training and workshop offer. A huge fan of all things drag kings, Finn can often be found seeking out live performance and gigs across the North of England.
This role is currently held by Martha Adebambo.
A recent Politics graduate from the University of Leeds (2019), Martha discovered her love for activism and art through volunteering as a Liberation Coordinator and working for various arts and in third-sector organisations whilst on her year in industry. This work involved organising and delivering events, workshops and talks that celebrated and empowered people with marginalised identities.
Martha is passionate about representation, wellbeing and youth work. She believes it is important to constantly celebrate and showcase the diversity within queer and non-white communities and how the two intersect.
Martha enjoys skateboarding, cooking, listening to music, shooting on analogue film and dancing around her room.
We work with a wide range of artists from across the UK, and filmmakers working both nationally and internationally. Our live events have hosted performances by drag acts including Adam All and Apple Derrieres, Benjamin Butch, CHIYO, Don One, Christian Adore, Luke Warm, Sigi Moonlight, Romeo De La Cruz, Wesley Dykes and Oliver Assets, to name a few. We’ve also hosted performances by Dylema and Ella Otomewo, Maz Hedgehog and Victoria Firth. We’re passionate about nurturing and platforming new talent too through our workshops and queer cabaret, A Reyt Queer Do.
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Board Member (Chair)
Lola believes that providing safe spaces and stages for the LGBTQ+ community is essential for us to celebrate queer culture, promote belonging and nurture talent. This is why she loves what Andro and Eve represent.
Specialising in people, organisational development and leadership, Lola has dedicated her career to working in the NHS. Lola collaborates with healthcare professionals to enable the improvement of patient safety and the provision of high quality patient care.
Lola has previously co-presented a radio show showcasing South Yorkshire talent as well as creating, curating, and playing records at various club nights.
Ellie is passionate about the celebration of arts and culture, which she believes is integral to a person’s social and emotional wellbeing. As a loud advocate of the LGBTQ+ community, Ellie believes that representation is key.
A partnerships manager specialising in the education and charity sector, Ellie has an abundance of experience in developing strategy and forging strong bonds between organisations that align towards a common goal.
Ellie is a huge fan of the grassroots music scene in Sheffield, gardening, beer and video games.
El believes in the deep magic of positive LGBTQIA+ communal spaces, whether temporary or permanent. She is always excited to have ongoing dialogues with queer people, groups and communities of all sizes.
El has over a decade of experience working in and around performance art; both presenting and curating, with a wide spectrum of artists working within time-based media.
She writes, paints, produces sound, tattoos and is owned by her two cats, Lady Patience and Saint Grace. She is dedicated to completing a PhD and is a member of the New Aktionist Kitchen.
We work with a small but dedicated team of volunteers who give their time to help make our events so special. From decorating, to baking, greeting our audiences, to selling tickets they are a vital part of what we do. We basically think our volunteers are wonderful and we’re very thankful for their contribution to our beautiful queer community. We’re always interested in working with new people, so if you’d like to get involved, drop us a line.