Manchester venue Night & Day has launched a petition to prevent permanent closure.
The Northern Quarter venue, which opened in 1991 and is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary, has been served with a noise abatement notice from the city council after complaints from local residents.
"On the 18th of November, Manchester City Council Licensing served Night & Day Café with a Noise Abatement Notice," the venue's Change.org petition page reads. "Manchester City Council (MCC) are threatening to close Night & Day by saying we are a noise nuisance.
Swing Ting, the Manchester-based party, label and duo of Ruben Platt and Balraj Samrai, is ending for good in early 2022 after 13 years.
The final party under the Swing Ting banner is scheduled for Saturday, 18th December and will take place at its usual Manchester home of SOUP. All of the residents will play at the party with Platt and Samrai set to be joined by MC Fox, as well as Thai-Chi Rosé, Tarzsa, Meme Gold, Joey B and LZ.
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.
A new short film series celebrating Black music history in Manchester has launched, with the first episode already available to watch.
Coming from the Rhythm Lab Records Stable, the sister project to Reform Radio, I Just Love How Black It Was started as part of Black History Month. The first instalment features rising producer Ethan Hill and decade-spanning drum & bass stalwart Madrush MC, covering "the history of shebeens, scared jungle promoters, and Home Office violence."
Manchester's Warehouse Project has announced its New Year's Eve party with a huge lineup headlined by Fatboy Slim, Annie Mac and Big Miz.
Visiting guests joining those names at the Mayfield Depot include Yousef, Redlight, Lowsteppa, My Nu Leng, and Ammara, with the likes of longstanding Warehouse Project resident Krysko and Hit & Run boss Rich Reason among the local talent involved.
A new photobook captures the Haçienda at its prime.
Published via IDEA, photographer Peter J Walsh's Rave One! is a journey via various photos taken within the walls of the legendary Manchester venue between 1982 until its closure in 1997. The infamous nightclub is considered by many as the birthplace of acid house, and Walsh captured the club at the peak of its popularity, before the police cracked down on the venue.
Police are investigating the stabbing of two men at Manchester's Warehouse Project this past weekend.
Two men, aged 20 and 21, were rushed to hospital after suffering stab wounds at the club, based at Mayfield Depot. Their injuries were not described as life-threatening.
Officers from Greater Manchester Police were called to the scene in the early hours of Sunday, and say an altercation inside the club preceded the double stabbing. No arrests have yet been made in connection with the incident, but police are appealing for information from witnesses.
Greater Manchester Police are investigating the death of a man who was taken ill at The Warehouse Project in the early hours of Saturday, 25th September. The death follows recent warnings about high-strength pills following hospitalisations and two deaths in English clubs in August.