PANNONE Corporate is moving from its office in Deansgate to the former chapel used by Stock, Aitken and Waterman as a recording studio.
The firm has taken the entire 12,000 sq ft Congregational Chapel in Castlefield on a 10-year lease, and is moving from Lincoln House at the end of January. The grade II-listed church was built in the 1850s by prominent Victorian architect Edward Walters. Pete Waterman bought it in the 1980s and used the basement as a studio to record hits such as Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up.
Source: The Business Desk