Later this year, DieCast will open as a 5,000 capacity entertainment destination. Located between Store Street and Ducie Street. It’s the latest concept from the team behind Ramona and the Firehouse. Taking over Manchester’s largest city centre factory, which is over 250,000 square foot.
Emphasising the size of the task, Joel Wilkinson (Owner / Director) said ‘We’re taking all our learnings from Ramona and The Firehouse, but this time, on an industrial scale. It’s more than a venue. It’s an area within itself’
NIGHT MARKET. BREWING CO. WAREHOUSE RESTAURANT. FESTIVAL STAGE.
When complete, DieCast’s will be the home of a Night Market, Brewing Co, Warehouse Restaurant and the hotly anticipated Festival Stage. As well as Manchester’s biggest Beer Garden and a Creative Hub, complete with onsite recording and dance studios.
Due to the sheer scale of the site, it’s city centre location and striking industrial aesthetics, DieCast is already being used as the backdrop for a growing number of Films, TV series and music videos and creative events. Including a TV series and Film location for both The BBC and Netflix.
‘The Factory floor is available for creative events, filmmakers, musicians and event producers to use. This is the first part of establishing DieCast as a new creative resource for the city.
We’ve had venues before, but never a whole neighbourhood!’
– Adelaide Winter (Creative Director)