The sentencing was later adjourned for legal reasons and will take place at a later date.
Four men have been charged following the death of Nick Bonnie at the Warehouse Project in Trafford.
The 30 year old collapsed at the dance event in September and died in hospital.
James Churchill, 30, from Stroud, Gloucestershire has been charged with supplying a class A drug and perverting the course of justice.
Paul Tabb, 30, Dean Neale, 29, also from Stroud, Gloucestershire were charged with perverting the course of justice and possession of class A drugs.
Simon Lloyd-Jones, 29, has been charged with perverting the course of justice. All four have been bailed to appear at Trafford Magistrates Court on 7 January 2014.
Four men have been arrested following the death of a man at a Greater Manchester nightclub.
Nick Bonnie collapsed at The Warehouse Project in Trafford after taking a drug thought to be ecstasy.
The four men were interviewed regarding perverting the course of justice and drugs supply.
All four are from the Gloucestershire area and have been bailed until 19 December 2013.
A decision will be made today on whether Britain's biggest nightclub can open in Manchester.
The Warehouse Project has applied to turn a derelict railway station into a club large enough for 7 and a half thousand people.
Many people living nearby are opposed to the plans.
Hundreds are expected at the funeral of a charity worker who died after going to a club in Manchester. Nick Bonnie, 30, collapsed after taking an unknown substance at the Warehouse Project in Trafford nearly four weeks ago.
The service is to be held in his home city of Gloucester.
Greater Manchester Police are warning club-goers to stay away from drugs, after a woman was left in a coma last night.
She was taken ill at the Warehouse Project nightclub in Trafford. It is the same venue where a man died last weekend.
Chief Superintendent Mark Roberts says: “This once again highlights just what a lottery it is for your health if you choose to do drugs – you cannot know how your body will react and, more importantly, you simply do not know what chemicals are actually in the drugs you are taking."
A club-goer is in a coma, after falling ill at the Warehouse Project in Trafford.
The 32-year-old woman was hospitalised last night, after being seen by the nightclub's doctor.
She is thought to have taken a small amount of drugs. Last weekend, a man died after taking a substance at the same venue.
Medics placed her in an induced coma. Her condition is listed as critical.
Police arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of supplying and possessing drugs.
Charity worker Nick Bonnie died after taking an unknown substance at the club a week ago. Fifteen other people ended up in hospital.
The Home Office is now working with the venue on a drug-testing programme, in an attempt to keep clubbers safe.
The on-site doctor, who treated the woman taken ill last night, is also a new addition.