Celebrating queer culture through memorable events that inspire.
Andro and Eve create unique, feel good events that celebrate queer culture where everyone is welcome. Our programming often focuses on voices that are otherwise marginalised, to reflect and celebrate the diversity that exists within the LGBTQIA community. Our approach is playful, creative, and motivated by a desire to provide accessible opportunities for the community to come together, develop their understanding, and share in memorable experiences.
Unique & Playful
We create high quality events and products with a sense of play, and believe creativity needs space, time and resources in order to flourish.
Representative & Accessible
We programme artistic content that is representative of a broad range of identities and experiences, and aim to create spaces that are accessible to all.
Empowering and Proud
We are proud of our lived experiences and aim to create opportunities that empower others to embrace their full selves and develop their own creativity, skills and talents.
Andro and Eve has collaborated with organisations including Our Mel, SheFest Sheffield, Rainbow Noir, Theatre Deli Sheffield, Cast in Doncaster, and Sheffield Doc/Fest. In 2018, Andro & Eve became a not for profit social enterprise, a partner organisation of Theatre Deli Sheffield, and won ‘Best Single Event’ at the Film Society of the Year Awards.
Andro and Eve was founded in 2016 as an informal event series, to provide inclusive and accessible spaces for the LGBTQ+ community to enjoy queer culture in Sheffield. Andro & Eve are the creators of Sheffield’s first drag king cabaret, The Kingdom Come, and queer party series A Reyt Queer Do.
Since then Andro and Eve has secured Arts Council funding supporting both live events and a talent development strand, broadening their reach with an event in Doncaster (Nov 2019). In 2020, in response to COVID-19, the organisation has moved to an online delivery model, launching new workshop and training offers and has become a member of the Queer Arts North network.
Andro and Eve was originally co-founded by Katherine Warman and Rhiannon Scutt.
What Our Audience say
‘Had a fantastic evening at Kingdom Come #3 in Sheffield. The acts were amazing, but also the organisers were lovely and genuinely disability friendly. It was the first place I’d felt welcomed rather than barely tolerated in a long time. I’m a bit in love with everyone involved and can’t wait for the next one’.