Castlefield Congregational Chapel
|Status||Grade II listed|
|Architectural style||Red-brick Victorian|
|Location||Castlefield, Manchester, England.|
|Design and construction|
Castlefield Congregational Chapel is a building located at 378 Deansgate, Manchester, England. The building originally opened as a Congregational chapel in 1858, and was designed by the local architect Edward Walters. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building. It is located in Castlefield, an Urban Heritage Park.
The building was converted to a sound recording studio in the 1980s and owned by Pete Waterman, best known for Stock Aitken Waterman. Rick Astley recorded Never Gonna Give You Up in the chapel. Waterman sold the building in 2006 and it has since been converted to offices.
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