32-year-old hospitalised after taking small amount of drugs with friend
Pickpocket gangs operate in WHP, target 18-21 year olds
Jake Pummintr sacrifices his weekend for an evening of people watching.
Store Street strained under the weight of so many great acts that at times it looked liked it could get no better.
A 5 star review for the Irish-born producer’s second set on British soil in over a year.
Nero’s unrelenting, screechy dubstep set greets Warehouse Project goers.
Japanese Popstars, Felix da Housecat and Calvin Harris prove once again why WHP is so damn popular.
As expected, The Warehouse Project returns this Easter, dragging us in our droves to get up to all kinds of mischief until the very early hours of the morning. Headliners include the French techno DJ Laurent Garnier, Steve Angello of the Swedish House Mafia, dubstep producer Skream, as well as further regulars to the Manchester scene Andy C and Shy FX.
Manchester band Doves are the second live band to headline the Warehouse Project this year. The band, who recently released their greatest hits album, have been a favourite in the city since they were formed here in the early ‘90s. Doves said in a recent interview for The Daily Record that they plan to take […]
32-year-old woman in coma after Friday 4th October show
Drug-testing initiative to take place at club
Week Seven – Friday 9th November
I’m very sorry but the title of this year’s ‘Most Anticipated Resurrection’ must go to the revival of Warehouse Project.
Skrillex may have been dubbed the most hated man in dubstep, but there are nearly 2000 people in Manchester alone who’d disagree following this performance.
A feeling of missed opportunity for the lack of a smashing set that the regulars at WHP have come to expect.
Do not panic, you are in the Arts section not Music you haven’t lost the plot. We in the Arts section thought Le Chic deserved a spot in our art-hearts too, they’re more than musical genius’s, they are Le Chic. So crank up your ipod, pop on a head band, whip your hair back and […]
Skream, SBTRKT, Hudson Mohawke and Shadowsphere dazzle in Warehouse Project’s first outing of the year.
The second of four Easter weekend nights at the Warehouse Project sees the return of a series of bug names.
Skream is back after an appearance with Magnetic Man in October and with huge new releases under his belt including the recent collaboration with Example, ‘Shot Yourself In The Foot Again’, and his remix of Cassius’ ‘I Love You So’, be sure to expect a memorable set of chart-toppers, dubstep favourites and everything you need to party to.
Ian Brown is a certified Mancunion musical icon. Now seven albums down since the split of the Stone Roses, he’ll be playing his second huge Manchester gig of the year. While early June’s Platt Fields Park night was fantastic, the Warehouse Project gig promises even more. With Factory favourite Mike Pickering on beforehand, as well […]