27 Sep 2014
The Haçienda Has Been Rebuilt 
FAC 51 The Hacienda has been rebuilt

Artist Nick Hardy built a 1:50 scale model of the Haçienda which was used to mark the 30th birthday party celebrations [->].

The good news if you missed that is that that the model is back on show at Manchester Central Library, Lower Ground floor and will be there for the next 6 months.

To mark the occasion there is a box set of postcard images of the model with the full backing of FAC51 The Haçienda. On the back of each postcard there is going to be a quote from people who ran, DJ'd there, worked there and went as customers.

Cerysmatic readers are invited to contribute to the project by way of a story or anecdote about their favourite memory of going to the Haç, best band you saw, favorite night, people you met, how the club influenced you creatively, or anything else.

Either contact Nick via the Hacienda has been rebuilt Facebook page or email Nick direct.

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