Discover 3 decades of untold stories from Manchester, The Warehouse Project, and Parklife, going right back to Sankeys and The Hacienda in Sacha Lord's upcoming book, Tales From The Dance Floor.
Like most Mancunians of his age, Sacha Lord's life has been a tale of two cities. Then and now.
Over the past three decades, Sacha has been in the eye of the storm of a musical and cultural revolution, from The Haçienda to The Warehouse Project. He has worked with the music industry’s most iconic acts including The Prodigy, New Order, Snoop Dogg, Fat Boy Slim, Skrillex, Calvin Harris, Four Tet, Fred again… and has thrown some of the biggest parties that the UK has ever seen.
But it wasn’t an easy journey getting there.
Tales from the Dance Floor gives readers an all-access pass to the people, music and chaos behind the scenes. From being shot at in a drive-by shooting and dealing with gangs and the criminal underworld, to the excess and demands of some of music’s biggest names, launching the country’s largest urban festival, Parklife, and much more, Sacha reveals all the highs and lows for the very first time.
Tales from the Dance Floor, co-authored with bestselling author Luke Bainbridge, is a love letter to the city and the dance floor. This is an incredible story of resilience, creativity and innovation.
Pre-order your copy here...
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Sacha Lord paid the food and drinks bill for anyone who attended Frankie's Fish Bar 3-7pm on 17/12/23 in an effort to support local independent Hospitality businesses in Greater Manchester.
Sacha Lord called on Greater Manchester residents to nominate their favourite independent Hospitality business from each of the 10 boroughs for free advertising on Manchester City Centre's largest digital screen.
Sacha called on people to nominate those in need of some extra love this Christmas.
Sacha Lord unveiled his 5 Point Plan to save Hospitality at the Labour Party Conference on October 8th.
Sacha Lord sent a powerful message to Rishi Sunak during the Conservative Party Conference, taking a stance against his treatment of Freelancers during the pandemic.
The Charity Commission has now registered The Sacha Lord Foundation as a Charity.
Tales From The Dance Floor...a book detailing 3 decades of untold stories throughout Sacha's career and Manchester Nightlife has been signed to Harper North/Harper Collins.
Following the news that Hatch, a Manchester city-centre food and drink hub, will be closing at the end of September 2023, before re-opening at the end of 2024 under new developers, Sacha Lord has offered jobs at The Warehouse Project to all employees affected by the closure.