The Warehouse Leeds UK

Situated in the heart of Leeds city centre, a town known for its nightlife, there’s nothing out-of-the-ordinary about this club’s location. A standard white-wash warehouse off a cobbled street, what’s most remarkable about The Warehouse aside from the fact it’s the UK’s oldest still-standing club are the high class club activities found within.

Now under the auspices of Jim Albentosa, who also opened Control in the city last September, this venue first opened its doors in 1979, hosting gigs from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, The Stone Roses and Sugar Hill Gang. Today, though, since re-opening its doors permanently after a refurbishment in 2010, only top quality house and techno has been on the agenda, with Steve Lawler’s ViVA Warriors stopping regularly alongside heavyweights like Fatboy Slim and 2manyDJs.