YES MCR

Working Men's Club

Working Men’s Club, the Yorkshire group reviving killer new-wave power pop, returned to the iconic YES Manchester venue to launch their debut album, released during lockdown with Heavenly Recordings.

WMC headed to YES for their first live gig in 6 months, to mark the anticipated event we transformed the exterior of the venue with a with a vibrant building wrap and custom-made front door sign, influenced by the famous Salford Lads Club sign.⁠

We created a bespoke building dressing that transformed the Manchester red brick façade.  Using paper and paste the building was transformed with album artwork designs in neon and black – and removed with ease after their three sold out, socially distanced shows were complete.

The simple act of transforming the venue exterior created a huge buzz and elevated the anticipated gig to new heights – The sky really is the limit with posters.

  • Bespoke building dressing
  • Venue takeover
  • Yes Manchester x Working Men’s Club
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