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A Reyt Queer Night In

£6 general / £3 low income / £0 refugee or asylum seeker / £14 solidarity

"Let's stay queer and home together!"

The ace folks at Andro and Eve are bringing their Reyt Queer party night to your front room, to mark the launch of their new zine, CENTRE.

Join them via Zoom/YouTube for a Reyt Queer Night In. Featuring a ‘party eyes’ all gender makeup workshop with drag star Christian Adore, a vogue dance workshop with House Mama Darren Pritchard of Manchester’s House of Ghetto, and a DJ set from Xzan.

CENTRE zine is released on 10 October – preorder your copies from the Andro and Eve website from 1st October. All preorders will receive a link to enjoy the DJ set for free.

Get to know Sheffield queer culture heroes Andro and Eve better in our Meet the Locals interview with founder/director Katherine Warman.

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