Paradise Factory (Manchester) Reviews
Description:112 - 116 Princess St, Manchester.
Newest Review: ... team behind Manchester's famous Warehouse Project and stayed open while they ran 6 months worth of incredible nights with some absolutely huge names. The Warehouse Project didn't continue there as it would clash with their main event which runs from September - January 1st. January 2010 saw the club re-open again but this time as an "indie rock and roll club and live venue." That ... more
Customer Paradise Factory (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 151 readings)
Paradise Factory is a club in Manchester that opens and closes more frequently than your local Tesco! The building used to be the headquarters of the famous "Factory Records." Factory Records was of course started by Tony Wilson and they had huge acts signed to them, such as New Order and Happy Mondays. The building was eventually turned into a club in 1993 and it was a predominantly gay club. It was extremely popular and stayed open for a number of years before closing and then re-opening and then closing and so on! It was last opened in 2008 by the team behind Manchester's famous Warehouse Project and stayed open while they ran 6 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/00, updated on 02/11/00 (Useful, 416 readings)
I have honestly got to say that this is perhaps the worst club in the land. That is unless you like to put on a pastel coloured shirt and go dance to crappy chart music in a small and tacky club. The music here is simply the most dreadful house imaginable and the clientele are all posers. The drinks prices are extortionate and so is the entrance fee. I am not racist by any means but this seems to be the asian choice for manchester nightclubs. This is not a problem but the large groups of lads can be a bit offputting. ... Read the complete review
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