Ladies, All the Ladies

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Ladies, All the Ladies

a film; event; exhibition and DVD

by Lady Lucy at Picture This, Bristol.
26 – 29 November 2008

As a visual artist Lucy Woollett has chosen Lady Lucy as an alter ego to work under. In urban music circles this use of the word Lady is a re-occurring theme and Ladies, All the Ladies is results of Lady Lucy self-imposed search to meet other ladies

Lady Lucy’s film and events produce an inspiring portrait of women MCs, DJs, producers and performers involved in Urban music; Hip Hop, Drum and Bass, Garage, Reggae, Dance Hall, R and B, House and Grime from Bristol, UK and internationally, all of whom use the prefix Lady.
Featuring Diss Miss (Dutty Girl, Girl Wonder), Laydee Bird, Lady Free, Lady K & Lady Maximum, Lady Paradox, Lady Raz.


Saturday 29 November 2008


Ladies, All the Ladies

panel discussion

Lady Lucy in conversation with some of the ladies who participated in the film chaired by Bridget Crone, Director Media Art Bath.

Admission Free


Ladies, All the Ladies

club night

A night of music from some of the ladies featured in the film: Lady Free – drum �n bass from Hackney, Lady K and Lady Maximum – the UK�s only mother and daughter DJ/MC duo, Laydee Bird and Dutty Girl DJ�s.

Admission �5/�3 conc on the door
For more information about the events see

Ladies, All The Ladies is available as a limited edition DVD published by Picture This.
Ladies, All the Ladies was supported by Picture This� Small Wonders development scheme, funded by The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation; and received funding from Arts Council England Grants for Arts. Live events in partnership with Invader Records.


Ladies, All The Ladies is available as DVD published by Picture This in a limited edition of 250 copies. Priced at �10 Ladies, All The Ladies is available at Picture This and online through Cornerhouse

A commissioned essay accompanies the project written by Lucy O Brien. Lucy OBrien is the author of She-Bop who has been writing on music, feminism and popular culture, for publications including NME, the Guardian, Q and Mojo.