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You Can Now Watch A Fireworks Display Held Entirely Indoors

You Can Now Watch A Fireworks Display Held Entirely Indoors

Don’t fancy shivering in the freezing cold? Now, you don’t have to…

Bonfire Night is upon us, which means the best way to be spending your night is watching a killer display of technicolour.

But if you’re anything like us, standing in a muddy field, shivering in the icy cold and craning your neck up at the sky doesn’t sound like much of a fun night - even if we are bundled up in a huge jacket and armed with a big mug of hot chocolate.

Well, luckily, the Warehouse Project in Manchester has us covered.

You don't have to go outside to see the best fireworks in town (

The events space has teamed up with Circus and JBM to host an alternative Bonfire Night – with a live firework and pyro show taking place inside (where it’s warm and dry, thankfully).

Finally, we won’t have to choose between watching the fireworks and actually keeping toasty!

Yep, you can leave your scarf, hat and gloves for the eclectic electric display, that takes place at the hallowed Mayfair Depot.

Of course, as it’s the Warehouse Project, the display will be accompanied by killer music and some of the best DJs around with three stages all to catch.

Headlining the event is legendary Ibiza DJ Solomun, while other acts heading over to the Manchester club night include: Cici, Yousef and Enrico Sanguilliano.

The light show will be accompanied by some of the world's best DJ's (

The event opens its doors from 8pm tonight and continues well into 4am the next day for all the ravers wanting to make the most of their Bonfire Night.

Tickets start at just £25 and are available to buy here. You must be over 18 to attend.

The Warehouse Project has been widely praised in more recent weeks as it introduced new safety measures to help clubbers feel reassured while there has been a recent spate of spikings across the country.

Sacha Lord, founder of The Warehouse Project, told The Independent that it has taken action to protect clubbers by providing urine tests to check whether they have been spiked.

The event starts at 8 and goes into the early hours (

“Our medics actually bought kits last week ... it’s a little like a pregnancy kit, if I’m being honest,” he said.

“You can take a urine sample and tell exactly what is in that.

“We’ve got a real education job to do here. Ultimately, I just don’t think it’s right that a woman should feel protected by a bottle top on the night out.”

Featured Image Credit: WHP

Topics: Music, News