A building as much a part of Manchester's history as any other.
200 years old, built towards the end of the Industrial Revolution, it has housed all manners of Manchester's finest. From cotton, to gangsters, to being one of the worlds most infamous Jazz Clubs outside The States showcasing Ronnie Scott, Horace Silver, Dexter Gordon and being a drinking spot for Ella Fitzgerald & Buddy Rich afterÂ gigs.
Not to mention the small fact that Coldplay signed their professional contract whilst performing at a battle of the bands on our ground floor.
Bipolar Sunshine started the new wave June 2016 with a secret 100 capacity gig.
Now lets make some more history.
43 Port St, Manchester M1 2EQ, UK
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