Factory Records to open new club

FAC251 will be located at label's old offices

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Factory Records‘ former offices are set to re-open as a club next month.

Called ‘FAC251’, the club will be located on Princess Street in Manchester. New Order‘s Peter Hook is behind the project, along with designer Ben Kelly and soundsystem manufacturers Function One.

According to Factorymanchester.com, FAC251 will host live bands and be predominantly an “indie rock & roll club”. The club is set to open on February 5.

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