We invite He.She.They to take over Farringdon. In just over a year, the London based collective has earned a reputation for throwing one of the capital’s most inclusive parties, uniting house and techno’s leading forces and an open-minded, diverse crowd. Having stormed onto London’s queer party scene, they’ve since taken their night to Paris, New York, Berlin, Amsterdam, Ibiza and beyond.
For their first EC1 showcase, Dennis Ferrer joins the bill. The New York house pioneer has shown his flair for bringing the party to Farringdon on all of his recent appearances with us, and his lively approach to DJing should perfectly suit He.SheThey’s flamboyant atmosphere. He’s flanked by one of minimal techno’s key faces, Magda. The Polish born artist has a deep, loopy sound born from her time spent living in Detroit and Berlin over the last two decades, a style she’s used to bringing to both He.She.They and our Farringdon space. Also joining is one of ghetto house’s original innovators, DJ Deeon. The Chicago pioneer has been responsible for some of ghetto’s most enduring anthems, most of which were released throughout the 90s on the leading Dance Mania imprint. We also welcome Louisahhh, whose EBM-minded techno records can be found on RAAR, the leading imprint she runs alongside Maelstrom. Also billed is Emanuel Satie, whose tech-inclined house sound has recently appeared on labels like Crosstown Rebels and Moon Harbour. Turbo’s ABSOLUTE. plus Love Child resident and leading face in London’s vogue scene Jay Jay Revlon finally round things off.
As with every He.She.They event, the night is hosted by a queer ensemble of the party’s most weird and wonderful personalities. There’s an open dress policy as standard from trainers to leather boots; black jeans to harnesses, with experimentation actively encouraged. He.She.They is a place without prejudice – join us as they land for their EC1 debut.
Advance tickets: These are valid all night and give priority entry until 1am. If you arrive after 1am you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders.
fabric is an over 19s venue
Please remember to bring ID with you. No ID, no Entry.
fabric operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police.