As Mayfield closes its doors again ahead of renovation in the New Year, the next chapter for the industrious depot-cum-art space remains unclear… but definitely not unexciting.
New to the Warehouse Project’s enviable array of lineups this year is a select number of day-into-night shows – playing from 2 until midnight in what will be the last year at their celebrated Store Street venue.
This autumn the Warehouse Project returns to Manchester for another year with the full season line-up having just been announced.
Don’t ask Skepta if Grime is having a resurgence. In a recent interview with Timeout London, the Tottenham MC made his thoughts on that statement pretty clear.
The series kicks off on Friday 23 September with the WHP’s launch party, headlined by rapper M.I.A and featuring sets from producer Mura Masa and legendary reggae and dancehall DJ David Rodigan.
Manchester dance institution The Warehouse Project have teamed up with MM to sort one lucky reader out with a memorable New Year.
Guy and friends put on gig. That’s what James Blake’s headline show at the Warehouse Project last Saturday should have been called.
In what’s set to be one of the Warehouse Project’s stand-out shows of the season, James Blake headlines Saturday’s Store Street club night with a live set as part of the 1-800-Dinosaur trio.
In just nine short years, the Warehouse Project has become an institution, famous not only in Manchester, but around the UK and indeed, the world.
Warehouse Project tickets have gone on sale for WHP 2014’s return to Store Street home.
Manchester’s largest dance music extravaganza is back in its traditional city centre location with a bigger line-up than ever – and the race is on to snap up tickets.