Ducie Street Warehouse and Native Manchester will be transformed into The House of 1,000 Moiras, taking inspiration from Schitt’s Creek, which had an unprecedented positive impact globally, not only within the gay community, but also by how it is perceived. The House of 1,000 Moiras will pay homage to one of its most beloved characters, Moira Rose – a real talisman of fashion, character and adoration, especially within the LGBTQ+ community throughout the world, this will be a spectacle to behold.
Featuring Moira’s wigs to wear and party in, Moira’s wine list, drag-inspired Moira’s from around the world and much more Moira madness.
Soundtracking the Saturday afternoon, on the urban South-facing terrace, is the Good Afternoon takeover, followed by Manchester’s finest Gina Breeze. Into the evening will see two DJs that collectively are known and loved around the world. First up Luke Solomon, the head honcho of one of house music’s most respected labels, Classic, and close affiliate of Defected, a producer extraordinaire, who along with his own incredible output of music, produces for names such as Honey Dijon, Horse Meat Disco and MANY more. Alongside Luke, will be Krysko. The original Warehouse Project resident, and Sankey’s Soap resident, who has been a part of Manchester’s rave scene for over 20 years. Closing off the night will be the Kiss Me Again residents.