Francis Bourgeois, better known to many as the 'Train Guy' from TikTok, has shared content from his recent experience at The Warehouse Project.
The locomotive enthusiast has garnered a huge following on the social media platform for clips in which he travels the UK in search of iconic and memorable carriages, engines, and locations.
The Dance Music Archive has gone live, documenting 30 years of club and rave culture online.
A huge resource, visitors to the website can sort by decade and year to discover leading music news from the day and specially curated Spotify playlists based on the biggest tracks of that time. Alternatively, search by artist, DJ, or radio show to be presented with countless historic recordings, many from original DAT tapes.
Manchester's Warehouse Project will return to its Depot Mayfield home this September, kicking off with a series of reopening parties that will stretch across three weeks.
The six events, taking place across three weekends, will mark the Warehouse Project's return after being forced to take a year out in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning on Friday, 17th September, Chic & Nile Rodgers will play live, with support from Horse Meat Disco, Norman Jay, DJ Paulette and more.
Sweet Harmony, the UK rave-focused exhibition which was a hit at London's Saatchi Gallery over the summer, has travelled up to Manchester for a brief spell at the city's recently launched Depot At Mayfield venue.
While 2019 refuses to go quiet into that good night — check this month’s top UK club picks for proof — some of us have already been thinking about what comes next.
A new year and a new decade are almost upon us. Just before either really kicks in, though, we have some work to do. Or at least some serious partying to get stuck into, with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day just weeks away.
Summer flew by faster than Boris Johnson’s parliamentary majority, but that’s no bad thing. Britain's busiest club night season is here, and it's looking good.
The Warehouse Project (WHP) has shared the full programme for its first season at its new home, Depot.
Running from the 20th September this year to the 1st January 2020, WHP will take over the 10,000 cap Mayfield site for 12 weeks of carefully curated line-ups.
Skepta has confirmed a run of tour dates for across the UK and Ireland later this year, starting at the Warehouse Project's new home of Depot in Manchester on November 23rd.
Across the following days, the tour will take in stops at Birmingham's O2 Academy (November 26th), Dublin's Jampark (27th), Glasgow's O2 Academy (28th), and finally the Olympia in London (29th).
Legendary Manchester party series The Warehouse Project has revealed its new home ahead of its 2019 season.
After a final New Year's Day closing party at Store Street that featured the likes of The Black Madonna, Hunee b2b Daphni and Objekt, this year the Northern clubbing institution are preparing to settle in to a jaw-dropping new venue, The Depot.