Lady of The House reveal new details around their cultural exhibition in March

 Commencing International Women’s Day, 8th/10th/12th March.

The programme will kick off with a Under 18’s day which will educate students in a variety of topics inc: DEI, industry crash-course, DJ workshop, artist management, VR taster session, and much more.

Programme inc: A music event, educational/industry-related workshops, empowering panels, production masterclass, an art installation, networking party, artist Q&A, club night and Lady Of The House book reading.

Speakers inc: AmyElle, Anja Schneider, Barbara Tucker, Carly Heath (Bristol Night-Time Economy Advisor, one of three in the UK) Charlie Tee, Sarah Story, Cici, Jaguar, Just Her, Maria May (Head of electronic at CAA), Lisa Lashes, Lynn Cosgrave (Carl Cox’s manager for 22 years), Silvana Kill (Savenightlife), Shermanology, Syreeta, Sita Abellan & many more. 

Tickets link here | Event Page here

Supported by industry players who want to level the playing field: Focusrite, Lakota, Halo, Mas Vida, Resident Advisor, Saffron, Bristol Nights plus more.

Lady of the House, V&A Dundee and designer Jenny Elliott collaborated to produce ‘Women In Club Culture’ music map alongside a series of visual content/limited edition art which will be available to exclusively buy at the Lady Of The House Exhibition. Read more

The exhibition kicks off the Lady of the House UK Tour which will see world class acts paired with exciting upcoming talent on all women lineups across a number of cities from March 2022, with more Dates TBA in Sheffield/London/Manchester/Southampton and Leeds this year. 

11th March – Halo, Bournemouth | Arielle Free & Support | Tickets
12th March – Lost Horizon | Charlie Tee & Support | Tickets

8th to 12th March,
Lost Horizon, Bristol, UK
and online 

After the success of the first ever book Celebrating, Championing and Honoring women in Dance Music Lady Of The House, a female led organisation joined forces with the world’s first fully hybrid venue with an exact digital twin, Lost Horizon to host a pioneering Cultural Exhibition dedicated to women in electronic music.