He Was A She

Exhibition Details


And then He was a She – Paintings of Holly Woodlawn by Sadie Lee

The Drill Hall Gallery, First Floor,

The Drill Hall, 16 Chenies Street, London WC1E 7EX

Telephone 020 7307 5060

Press private view Friday 28 September 2007, 12 noon
Exhibition opens to public Monday 1 October 2007
Exhibition closes Sunday 11 Nov 2007
Opening times 12 noon – 8pm Monday to Saturday
11am – 6pm Sunday
Please note: The exhibition is displayed in The Drill Hall Gallery, First Floor.
There are stairs and no lift facility to the first floor but there is a wheelchair accessable EvacSystem available if required.


The exhibition consists of ten new oil paintings of Holly Woodlawn by Sadie Lee.  In a separate room there is a display of photographs of Holly Woodlawn from throughout her career, audio taped conversations between Holly Woodlawn and Andy Warhol, books and memorabilia. There is also a plasma screen showing the short film ‘Broken Goddess’, a rare silent film starring Holly Woodlawn, directed by Peter Dallas in 1974.

This year the Drill Hall celebrates 30 years as the UK’s leading presenter and producer of lesbian, gay and queer theatre and performance and is proud to be a co-producer of AND THEN HE WAS A SHE with Salford Museum and Art Gallery and Queer Up North, with the support of Arts Council England.