10th March 2017 – £7* – Doors 7:30
Andro & Eve brings you ‘CAROL’
Join us for a pop up screening of this sumptuous lesbian tale set in 1950’s New York.
Adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel, The Price of Salt, CAROL tells the story of Therese, a young woman working as a clerk in a Manhattan department store, who is instantly enthralled when she meets Carol, an elegant older married woman. Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, the film is swoon inducing with its attention to detail and seductive use of cinematography. Let Andro and Eve whisk you away to a world of glove lunches and period glamour. 1950’s fancy dress encouraged!
*Tickets £7 Full. £6 Conc. £1 for unemployed, asylum seekers and refugees. £1 tickets are free when booked in person at Moor Theatre Deli box office.
This event is open to everyone aged 18+. Those aged 15+ welcome to attend if accompanied by an adult.
Doors / bar from 7.30pm. Film 8.15pm.
27th January 2017 – £5 – Doors 7:30pm
Andro & Eve bring you GENDER TROUBLES: The Butches by Lisa Plourde.
There are plenty stereotypes of butch women out there, and the interviews with butch identified women in this film show us that there’s a lot more to this identity than we’re led to believe.
Alongside the main feature there’ll be a showing of The Test Shot, a photo documentary project about transmasculine style. We’re also very excited to announce that we’ll be screening the short film Switching Teams by local filmmaker and Roller Derby player, Taylor Le Fin. Their film, produced by EDEN film, is a documentation of their journey in finding the gender identity that felt right to them, and the way their community supported this journey.
November 26th – £12adv – 7:30pm
Andro & Eve bring you ‘THE KINGDOM COME‘, Sheffield’s new drag king night.
Showcasing the talents of the UK’s finest Drag Kings, and hosted by the impeccably stylish ‘it couple’. Adam All & Apple Derrières, founders of the increasingly popular SOHO night, BoiBox. Featuring fantastic acts from across the UK; Benjamin Butch, Sammy Silver and Juan Kerr.
It will be surreal.
It will be fabulous.
All hail the King.
– Drag King / Queen costumes encouraged, but not mandatory!
– All genders very welcome.
– Cash bar available on the night.
– This is an wheelchair accessible venue, but please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org when purchasing tickets, and let us know your access requirements.
– On street parking available nearby. Please avoid parking on Fir Street though!
– Bus – The 95 bus to ‘Walkley, South Rd/Hoole St’.
– Tickets £12 adv or £14 on the door.
– Tickets also available from Beeches of Walkley with no booking fee added.
Friday 7th October 2016 – £6 – 7:30pm
Andre & Eve brings screens ‘TOMBOY’
We’re back at Cafe #9 with a one off screening of Celine Sciamma’s ‘Tomboy’ on Friday 7th October. Doors 7.30pm. £6. This event is for women* to celebrate queer culture in a comfortable and fun environment.
Ten year old Laure isn’t like most girls. She prefers football to dolls and sweaters to dresses. When Laure, her parents and little sister Jeanne move to a new neighbourhood, local girl Lisa mistakes Laure to be a boy.
Indulging in this exciting new identity, Laure becomes Mickäel, and so begins a summer of long sunny afternoons, playground games and first kisses. Yet with the school term fast approaching, and with suspicions arising amongst friends and family, Laure’s deception can’t last forever.
Join us for coffee, tea, cake and a real gem of a film. Tickets available online at WeGotTickets or at Cafe #9.
*whatever label you choose to use / not use. Trans people very welcome.
Friday 13th May 2016 – £7 – 7:30pm
Andro & Eve screens ‘But I’m A Cheerleader’
A one off screening of this fun, queer classic in cosy Cafe #9. Starring Natasha Lyonne, Clea DuVall and RuPaul. Special permission to screen granted from director Jamie Babbit.
A free scoop of local luxury ice-cream with every ticket sold!