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A photographic history of the Haçienda
Technically, the third in a trio of IDEA dancingyouthbooks: Ibiza ’89, Spike Island and now this! Peter Walsh immersed himself in the epochryphal (IDEA made that word up) Manchester club. He didn’t leave (very often) and he photographed a lot. And now we can see – inside.
It's treasure basically
The Haçienda was a nightclub and music venue in Manchester, North West England, which became famous during the Madchester years of the 1980s and early 1990s. Post-punk, Haçienda opened in 1982 unleashing the Manchester house and rave scene, which New Order’s early success with “Blue Monday”, helped to subsidise.
Rave One by Peter J Walsh is IDEA’s latest publication on dance / youth / music. Shop your copy now.