Mayfield Depot

Description

This  disused railway station behind Manchester Piccadilly is one of the city's rawest and most unique venues. Built at the turn of the 20th century, the station last saw a passenger train in 1960 and has stood empty since the 1970s as a ghostly relic of another time. 

In July 2013 the empty building was given a new lease of life when it was used as the backdrop for Massive Attack's collaboration with filmmaker Adam Curtis for Manchester International Festival, and now looks set to continue life as an events space hosting sporting, live music and club events.

 

 

What's on

The Warehouse Project 2021
The Warehouse Project is back this autumn in Manchester, bringing a wide array of musical styles and genres to the city. Returning to its home…

Fri, 17th Sep 2021 - Sat, 1st Jan 2022

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Info

  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Dance floor

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 10:00 3:30
Tuesday 10:00 3:30
Wednesday 10:00 3:30
Thursday 10:00 3:30
Friday 10:00 3:30
Saturday 10:00 3:30
Sunday 10:00 3:30

Location

Address

Mayfield Depot, Mayfield Depot, Fairfield Street, M1 2QF

Area

Piccadilly

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
0 0 - - -

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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