Brickworks is a new 8,000sq ft club in Manchester, which will officially open on Friday 30th November with a Tribal Sessions & Haus22 party headlined by Neapolitan techno type, Deborah De Luca.
The two-roomed space boasts vaulted ceilings and archways, and sits beneath one of the city's most historic Victorian shopping destinations, the Grade II-listed Barton Arcade.
Following the launch The Shapeshifters and HiFi Sean are amongst the names down to play a day party for Gin & Disco and Lost In Music on Saturday 1st December, with rising tech house crew Mason Collective's takeover set for Thursday 13th December.
The team responsible are also behind Joshua Brooks, which has been at the forefront of the region's nocturnal landscape for over two decades.
"It’s definitely not just a club," said Gareth Chubb, Managing Director of Brickworks and Joshua Brooks. "We will have club dates alongside theatre, film screenings and private event hire."
In October we reported on the launch of the Marcus Intalex Music Foundation in Manchester, which will support and nurture rising electronic talent, and just weeks earlier the three-storey venue Yes opened, suggesting the city's 2019 could be a vintage.
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