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Fat Boy Slim back in city.

ANOTHER season of partying beneath Store Street is drawing to a close as The Warehouse Project nears its huge end-of-year finale.

But the party is far from over; the clubbing behemoth has just announced a huge show headlined by Fatboy Slim at the Albert Hall in February.

Fatboy, aka Norman Cook, will be back for his first Manchester headline show in two years at the spectacular former Wesleyan Chapel on Peter Street.

The supporting line-up will be announced soon for the show, which takes place on Friday, February 23.

The Albert Hall has hosted a number of Warehouse Project shows outside of the clubbing institution's regular 12-week season of parties, which runs from September to New Year's Day.

Tickets go on sale to the Fatboy Slim show on Thursday, December 14 at 9am.

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Publication:Manchester Evening News (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Date:Dec 13, 2017
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