Join us at The Bruntwood Stage at Homeground for DJ Paulette Presents Together shining like a beacon of hope into our community, social lives and calendar.
Over 50 days and from 5pm – 7pm every weekday evening, The Bruntwood Stage hosts a stellar array of talent old and new from Greater Manchester’s homegrown, rich, diverse, and musical heritage including the brightest stars from the club, alternative, pop, r n b, soul and electronic arenas.
Here’s this week’s line-up:
Mon 28 Jun 2021 5.30 – 7.30pm
Sharples (La Discothèque)
Tue 29 Jun 2021 5.30 – 7.30pm
Wed 30 Jun 2021 5.30 – 7.30pm
Rina Ladybeige (Social Services)
Thu 1 Jul 2021 5.30 – 7.30pm
Claud Cunningham (Black Angel)
Fri 2 Jul 2021 5.30 – 7.30pm
Julie Wills (Disco Mums)
About this week’s DJs:
Ladybeige has been Supreme Dictator for Life of suburban disco The Social Service since 2012. The loyal fans of this secret dancing den under the busy Chester Road will know what a gem of a night it is – with music to make you beam from ear to ear, a packed sweaty dance floor, warm welcomes for all and a liberal sprinkling of daftness.
Co-promoter of Black Angel one of the first RnB & Bhangra nights for queer women. Curator of the world’s first people of colour lesbian calendar.
Claud has DJed at London Pride, Manchester Pride, Leeds Pride, Paradise factory, Ducie street Warehouse, The Refuge, Contact, House of Suarez Vogue Ball, Velvet, Homoelectric and SLD.
Julie Wills is part of the Disco Mums collective as well as a DJ in her own right, with a love of music from R&B, soul, and house music. She’s got a raft good club and festival experience under her belt including Homoelectric, Red laser, Back to Basics and Electric Elephant in Croatia, she’s also a regular guest at Suffragette City.
Julie’s monthly show on Reform Radio the Out Since Friday showcases some of Manchester’s best loved DJs and party crews.