As part of The Lowry's series of Edit interruptions, Manchester legend (and Finest favourite) DJ Paulette will be taking over one of their galleries from Saturday 22nd September.
Turning the space into an immersive mood board of her life and the influences that have shaped her as a person and a performer, Paulette will look at addressing race, sexuality, gender, art and music – providing a new lens through which to view the world.
One of the city’s most successful and exciting performers, Paulette is a born and bred Manc who started DJing around 1991 at The Number One Club. Moving swiftly on as a resident for Flesh at The Hacienda, Paulette ultimately moved to Paris in 2004 where she regularly played headline gigs at the likes of Queen Club and Mix Club as well as supported some of the biggest names in the biz.
From here she moved to Ibiza in 2013 and although the experience wasn’t always the most positive on the White Isle, Paulette continued to hone her craft and play to huge crowds on huge nights.
Eventually moving back to Manchester in 2015, you can catch Paulette playing some of the city’s biggest and best venues including regular sets at Albert Schloss, The Refuge and The Albert Hall as well as on radio with Reform and Gaydio.
As well as the upcoming exhibition at The Lowry, Paulette has a load of gigs coming up over the next few weeks including The Massey & Paulette Project at Eastern Bloc, Moovin Festival and Manchester Pride.
DJ Paulette: Homebird at The Lowry
Saturday 22nd September – Sunday 14th October
Free entry – donations welcome
For more information on DJ Paulette check out her website.