Dominating the bustling Millennium Square and just a short walk from the First Direct Arena, the Electric Press was once home to cabinet manufacturers Roodhouse & Sons, Chorley and Pickersgill’s print works and the West Riding Carriageworks.

Today, the Grade II listed building hosts Revolution, Tavernaki, Red Chilli, Be At One, Whistle Punks and Playroom. There is extensive outdoor seating as well as a glazed, heated courtyard, making it the perfect destination whatever the weather.

The Electric Press is also home to Carriageworks Theatre, which offers the best national and international touring productions.

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