Miss Kittin and Loco Dice are also lined up to appear at the revamped Parisian spot.
Central Paris club Plaza Madeline will reopen this month as Culture Hall, with three high profile showcases taking it through to the end of the year.
Dating back to the 1920s, the former theatre became Plaza Madeline discotheque in the 1980s and operated as such until this summer, featuring recent guests like DJ Harvey and Fischerspooner. Having undergone 3 months of renovation, the venue will commence its club nights as Culture Hall from next week.
First up, the globetrotting fifth anniversary celebrations of Berlin label Mobilee will bring the Hi Five world tour into Parisian port for a night, with label founder Anja Schneider, label staple Sebo K and London-based signee Hector all set to appear, joined by local DJ Na'Sayah. A fortnight later, Mannheim's minimal house giant Cecille Records will take the reigns, filling the 700-capacity space with percussive club sounds from label head Nick Curly, frequent collaborators Anthea and Alex Celler and Andrade, while December will hit the ground running with hometown superstar Miss Kittin, and her branded soiree Republique of Kittin. As per previous editions of the roving club night, Miss Kitten will go head-to-head with a guest DJ, with Desolat's Loco Dice doing the honors this time.
Pre-sale tickets for Culture Hall are available here from RA Tickets.