City nightclub Joshua Brooks has finally reopened its doors after an impressive £200,000 refit. Now under new management, the venue will be offering all-day and all-night events, perfect for Manchester’s 24-hour party people.

The refurbishment includes an upgraded terrace plus a new on-site kitchen named Cubanitos providing Cuban-themed drinks and food daily. Partygoers will also be able to enjoy techno, house and funk DJ sets in the basement every single weekend from 11pm until 4am.

New owners Jorge Meehan and Brian Murphy are the team behind various festivals and events including Wile Out festival, Milton Keynes Reggae festival, Southern Sunset Festival and more. Along its relaunch, the club has also announced a number of  upcoming gig dates through to December.

These include a Pride After Party with Jodie Harsh (Sunday 29 August) and a night with Bristol pair Kahn & Neek (Saturday 20 November). Tickets are priced from £8 and can be purchased on Skiddle via the official Joshua Brooks website – along with the full line-up of all upcoming events.


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Tue 3 Aug, Joshua Brooks,
106 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6NG
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Tue 3 Aug 2021