What date is Warehouse Project?
Launching on 10 September 2021 and running through to New Year’s Day, The Warehouse Project’s 2021 season began with a re-opening sequence of unique shows designed to get everyone under one roof again for a full spectrum of music and cultural immersion, followed by a full season of not-to-be-missed events.
Who owns the warehouse project?
Sacha John Edward Lord
Sacha John Edward Lord (born 26 January 1972) is a co-creator of the Parklife festival and The Warehouse Project….
|Known for||Co-founder of The Warehouse Project Co-founder of Parklife (festival) Night Time Economy Adviser for Greater Manchester|
Is the warehouse project cold?
It’s basically outside – the Warehouses are 80s-type buidings you would see by a railway line etc.. nothing achitecturally interesting/atmospheric. As a result of this it can be cold (almost certainly will be freezing on NYE) although it warms up if get towards the middle and dance.
Is Mayfield depot outside?
The open warehouse With a capacity of 3,200 standing, one side of the warehouse space is now completely exposed to the outdoors, allowing natural light to illuminate the pillared unique interior.
When did WHP start?
The Warehouse Project is a series of club nights organised in Greater Manchester, England, since 2006. Unlike most other clubs, it has a limited seasonal approach rather than running all year. Each year’s season runs from September through to New Years Day, plus occasional one off dates such as Bank Holiday weekends.
Where is WHP held?
The Warehouse Project
|The current Mayfield venue, pictured in 2020|
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|Location||Mayfield Depot (present) Store St., Manchester (2014-2018) Victoria Warehouse, Trafford (2012-2013) Store St., Manchester (2007-11) Strangeways Brewery, Manchester (2006)|