Today’s society is thankfully growing more and more aware of issues like discrimination and harassment. Although we love clubs, there’s no denying that club spaces are often places for it. With that in mind, we wrote this to tell you what to do if you're a victim of harassment.
Designed to tackle the above issues and bring clubbing experiences closer together, across gender, race and sexual orientation, Ministry of Sound's new night He.She.They springs into action on February 24, running from 11pm until 6am.
The line-up’s just been announced and headlining the dance is the award-winning Maya Jane Coles (pictured), fresh from touring with Depeche Mode. Also on the bill are Ellen Allien, Satoshi Tomiie, Scratcha DVA, Mickey Pearce and KDA, as a very special guest.
Using all four rooms, there’ll be a range in sounds; eclectic electronic sets, house, and hip hop, the latter from The Menendez Brothers (the duo behind the night So Fresh So Clean).
The name is a nod to an expanding understanding of gender in the public lexicon and MoS’s night aims to take things back to the inclusive, barrier-breaking spirit at the root of dance music.
The organisers have advised to “dress as normally or outrageously as you want”, mentioning “PVC, latex or just your favourite pair of kicks”.
Book tickets here.
Listen to Maya Jane Coles' Mixmag cover CD from September 2013 below.