A night of 80's decadence was had at Theatre Deli Sheffield in February with our queer party; A Reyt Queer Do.
On December 1st 2018, we brought our drag king cabaret, The Kingdom Come back to Walkley Community Centre, Sheffield. The night was a sell out, with audience members rocking some amazing costumes and outfits. Its never too early for tinsel right?
We won an Award!! Last month at Cinema For All's 2018 Film Society of the Year Awards we won in the BEST SINGLE EVENT category for our screening themed around Sekiya Dorsett's film THE REVIVAL: WOMEN AND THE WORD.
We're mega excited to announce some BIG news for Andro & Eve! This summer Andro and Eve, founded by Katherine Warman and Rhiannon Scutt, is being developed into a not for profit social enterprise.
We're excited to bring news of the Queer Hub. On Wednesday 18th July 5.30 - 7pm at Theatre Deli Sheffield. What's a Queer Hub you may ask? Read on to find out!
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.
We're reyt chuffed to have been featured on the revamped Our Favourite Places, in their 'Meet The Locals' section. In case you've not comes across it, Our Fave Places, is an online Sheffield Culture guide that features all you need to know when planning a visit to the Steel City.
The Kingdom Come #3 was another sold out success!
We're excited to announce that we have drag king open mic slots available!!
This week saw us produce our first in a new party series, called A Reyt Queer Do. With music, food, dancing and drag kings, we brought together a diverse group of people for a very fun night full of queer festive cheer. Hosted by king Sammy Silver, (see photo above) the night was all about … Continue reading A Reyt Queer do were Reyt Good!