Manchester Club Bucket List

If we've only got a little bit of time on Earth, we might as well spend in dancing. But don't just do that in any old establishment - we've scoured the clubs in Manchester to find the best places to get your boogie on. From buff underground dance floors and premium DJ clientele to party punchy palaces where the fun simply refuses to stop, check out our recommendations of Manchester's club bucket list and really make sure you've lived a good life. 


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A top notch club croon for the intrinsically indie, South was born in 1995 and hasn't slowed down since. Known for their 90s dabble and overtly student crowd, young party revellers come in their droves to visit this Deansgate den. From brit pop to their Funktion One sound system, South is a go hard or go home kind of party ordeal where the dance floors are heaving and the soundtrack is strictly moving. 

42's

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42's is one of Manchester's favourite clubs. This indie venue has a long history, but what concerns the party-goers of this city is one thing: the music. With proper indie anthems and dancefloor fillers on the speakers, cheap drinks from the bar, and a friendly atmosphere that keeps people coming back for more.  

The Warehouse Project

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One of the most renowned party institutions in Manchester, The Warehouse Project sees party revellers flock from far and wide to savour its party wares. From sitting in one of Manchester's coolest industrial plots to 12 weeks of non-stop global DJ names, The Warehouse Project is a must for anyone that admits to liking clubbing from time to time. With over 6 years under its belt, The Warehouse Project doesn't look set to budge.