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    Prepare to stand proud as August bank holiday weekend

    sees Manchester transform into a kaleidoscope of colour,

    as the city centre celebrates the annual Pride festival. For

    the past 20 years Manchester Pride has showcased a series

    of events across the bank holiday weekend that celebrates

    the great diversity of the LGBT community.

    To add some feisty flavour to this year’s festivities, BITCH

    will be joining the party to promote dignity on the dance

    floor with an honorary celebration of repetitive beats By

    dictionary definition pride translates as ‘the love of one’s

    own excellence’ and BITCH most certainly stands true to

    that definition. Having forged a loyal affiliation with its

    party people by delivering who is sought in the scene,

    enthused in a contagious carnival atmosphere – the bottom

    line is BITCH HAS PRIDE!

    Headlining this Bank holiday BITCH-fest and gracing VENUS

    with her fierce female finesse is DJ/producer and Toolroom

    artist KATE LAWLER! Since she burst into the UK’s

    consciousness back in 2004, Kate has worked harder than

    most at getting the world to sit up and take notice. Her

    relentless, never let them knock you down approach to

    work is the contributing factor to her meteoric rise.

    Successfully building herself a reputation as one of the

    leading female DJs in the country, by 2006, Kate held a

    residency at DJ Mag’s number 1 club in the world Sankeys,

    Manchester. She’s now rocked the UK’s top clubbing

    venues from Pacha, The Cross, Ministry of Sound and

    Turnmills in London, to The Arches in Scotland, Garlands in

    Liverpool and Lush in Ireland. Versatile, inventive,

    energetic and passionate, she’s kicked it alongside dance

    floor legends such as Sebastien Leger, Andy Chatterley, Nic

    Fancuilli, James Zabelia, Martijn Ten Velden and Deep

    Groove, impressing promoters and fellow DJs with her

    infectious style. BITCH proudly welcomes KATE and her

    vivacious vibes back to the decks, as she prepares to

    destroy the dance floor with the musical mastery!

    Supporting her in the fronting the feisty female flair is

    SUZE ROSSER. A love for clubbing forged a love for dJing

    for this Jersey born talent! From a young age each

    weekend was spent sneaking into club nights, exposing her

    to some of the top DJs in the scene and fuelling her passion

    for dance music. Soon enough Suze was donning a pair of

    headphones before her dancing shoes and became a

    regular name on the local circuit, playing alongside acts

    such as Paul Woolford, Paul Thomas and Mistress De Funk.

    However, her major breakthrough came when she

    supported Pete Tong at the renowned Rhumba Castle

    party. Not being one to pigeonhole herself, her style leans

    towards House, Techno and Tech-house and it’s all about

    the groove for Suze. A more recent venture has seen her

    partner up with international DJ Lottie, who has championed

    her skills for a while. Together they have launched the new

    all female night Geisha. Geisha is run both in London and

    Ibiza and is looking to “Inspire and innovate females

    globally through music”. The future is looking bright for this

    talented female artist and BITCH salutes her as she

    prepares to grace their stage.

    Finally, putting the finishing touches to the main melodies

    are BITCH residents MARK KOVICH, LEMPO and PETE

    MOBEY. Also, gracing the ones and twos will be the winner

    of the infamous BITCH DJ competition. Room two will be

    taken hostage by VENUS residents ANDY CLARKE, ROB

    CALLAGHAN and the runner up of the BITCH DJ

    competition, delivering their usual bill of best in handbag

    house beats!

    SO… join the party and celebrate ‘the love of excellence’ as

    this bank holiday weekend BITCH HAS PRIDE!

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    Plus a special Mix from Kate for Bitch Events can be found



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