PF21 The Albert Hall, Manchester ~ Saturday 23rd August from 10pm

PF21 The Albert Hall, Manchester ~ Saturday 23rd August from 10pm

In August 2013, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Manchester's Paradise Factory, a very special reunion was held, bringing together in their former home some of the DJs, hosts, promoters and characters who made the club.


With three floors and three genres of music covering 1993-2003, PF20 was a night of nostalgia. A night to remember the good times, catch up with old faces, give a silent nod to absent friends, hear some truly classic house music, dance like no oneʼs watching and, for one more time, get just as trashed as they ever did.

For the club's 21st birthday, the good ship Paradise will be dropping anchor on its final voyage at Manchester's stunning Albert Hall on Saturday 23 August. Top of the bill at PF21 goes to M Peopleʼs Heather Small who will be live on stage performing the band's biggest hits in a 30 minute show.


DJs for the evening are Tim Lennox, Dave Kendrick, Dave Booth, Huey Garry, Alan Stevens, David Dunne, Dylan Jeffers, Thaddeus, Jon Besant, Nick Hussey and Mike Allan.


The night will be hosted by The Divine David and Sister Marta, and will be an official Manchester Pride fundraising event.


PF20 was all about the reunion - being back in the Paradise Factory and meeting up with old friends. PF21 will be a celebration, a birthday party, a time to say goodbye to the old girl once and for all and go out with a bang in a truly spectacular setting.


And, just to make it clear from the outset, there will be no PF22. That would be silly.


Tickets are priced at £20 (+ booking fee)* & limited to 4 per person. Sales so far are extremely buoyant, so don't leave it too long to get yours. *booking fee determined by the outlet.


Tickets available from the following outlets:


Taurus, Canal Street
Clone Zone, Sackville Street
Velvet, Canal Street
Vanilla, Richmond Street
Village Off Licence, Bloom Street
Velvet Central, Mount Street
Spar Oxford Road
Spar Piccadilly Approach
Spar Piccadilly Gardens



Bar Fibre



Clone Zone