If you are looking for something interesting to do this weekend in Manchester. I think you should definitely check this out. A few days ago, we were invited to a preview viewing of The Other Side of Midnight, an exhibition of photographs spanning six decades that showcase our love of music and the evolution of the club culture.
The collection of photos depict how regardless of the year or even decade, on the other side of midnight we completely let go and immerse ourselves in music. The exhibition, which has been curated by internationally renowned, ex-Haçienda resident DJ Paulette and iconic lensman and music entrepreneur Gary McLarnan, showcase images from music festivals of the 60s to small underground clubs nights in the 80s to the superstar stadium performances of this decade.
Despite waiting over an hour to enter the venue (poor planning on the part of the organisers), the images were worth the wait. I truly felt that I had viewed something special as though i too was at that gig or club when the images were taken. The Other Side of Midnight runs for 10 days from June 10th - 20th and considering it is free to attend, it is definitely worth your time!