Andro and Eve have been bringing people together over the joys of queer culture since 2016, through film, drag, music, and more. You can read more about their aims and inspirations in our Meet the Locals Q&A with founders Katherine and Rhiannon – and now, dig out your crimpers, shoulder pads, leather and neon, and get ready for the next event in their cabaret party series, A Reyt Queer Do.
Join Andro and Eve as they glide on a dry ice cloud back to the 80s, hosting a party that electric dreams are made of. They'll be welcoming to the stage cabaret performances featuring fresh talent, hosted by drag king Louis Cyfer, for their biggest event yet. There’ll be cake, and a beautiful synth-filled soundtrack to get the party started, all rounded off with a DJ set from Chardine Taylor-Stone, drummer and singer in black feminist punk band Big Joanie.
If you've got an act that you're itching to try out in front of a friendly crowd, sign up for one of the open mic slots ahead of the event – see Andro and Eve's site for details.
Discounted tickets are available for those on low incomes, while buying the solidarity ticket will help Andro and Eve to continue to provide these discounted tickets as well as free tickets for refugees.
Doors open 7:30pm, performances start 8:30pm, followed by dancing 11pm-late.