Get your laughing gear around this. Big hands-in-the-air musical fodder.
I was honoured to be invited to join a panel to discuss the role of women in pop music, alongside singer-songwriter Roisin Murphy and Radio 1’s Clara Amfo, in a debate chaired by writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer.
This was the 15th event in the ongoing series, 37 Things You Need To Know About Modern Britain, which is a partnership between BUG and The House of St Barnabas.
Lulu Levan is back on Friday August 26th for a bank holiday special. As some of you may know, she is now only making an appearance at the HOSB every few months, so catch her while you can!
SPECIAL GUEST! CLAIRE HUGHES (DJ MAG) WILL BE JOINING HER FOR A BACK TO BACK DJ-OFF!
Party vibes will most definitely be in the house (of St Barnabas), the Garden room will be jumping to everything from Fela Kuti and Michael Jackson, through to A Guy Called Gerald, Todd Terje and Romanthony.
Lulu has been busy setting dance floors alight all summer, at The Goodwood Festival of Speed, Electric House and LoveBox. So make sure you put this date in your diary and come and join her for some end-of-the-summer fun, before she heads off to Bestival.
Remember her motto: All killers, no fillers!
More about Lulu right here.
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I was the resident DJ for Mazda’s Raise The Roof, at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, replacing Tom Ravenscroft (6 Music). It was an amazing experience. Hope to be there next year.
“The stage will be hosted by the Royal Organ Duo and DJ Lulu Le Vay and feature standout performances from some of the best acts of last year, Brassroots and Gospel House Choir, along with a similar stellar line up of new and up and coming artists on Goodwood’s only live music stage”
Get the full low-down right here.