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Assistant Producer, Andro and Eve

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We’re on the lookout for an enthusiastic Assistant Producer to join the Andro and Eve team. This freelance, fixed term role is offered both as a way for us to grow our capacity, and for someone relatively new to the arts or events industry to gain valuable experience in event production and audience development.

We encourage applications from those with less visibility in the arts and are committed to a policy of equal opportunities which requires that all staff, freelance contractors, volunteers and artists are treated fairly irrespective of their age, race, ethnicity or national origin, gender, sexual orientation or any disability.

Deadline for applications is 10am Friday 25 October. Interviews will be held in Sheffield on Friday 1st November. Full details on the role and how to apply available via our website. https://androandeve.com/were-hiring/

Andro and Eve create unique, feel good events that celebrate queer culture where everyone is welcome. We programme excellent film, performance, and music that explores queer stories, often focusing 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.

We are the creators of The Kingdom Come, the largest drag king cabaret outside of London, and queer party series A Reyt Queer Do, platforming new queer performance talent. Based in Sheffield, our programme of work has recently been funded by Arts Council England to expand our reach through South Yorkshire and increase the accessibility of our offer. We are also growing our talent development strand with the provision of drag king workshops and more opportunities for new acts to share their work with our supportive community.

You will be part of an exciting period of growth and development for the company, helping us achieve our vision to celebrate queer culture through create memorable events to inspire.

https://androandeve.com

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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