In Spring 2015, a new purpose-built centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books will open its doors for the first time in Manchester, as part of the First Street North development. It will be called HOME.

From gallery to screen via café bar and bookshop, HOME will redefine the contemporary arts centre, creating a space where ideas, hopes and moments of wonder ricochet off walls and lodge themselves in the headspace of audiences old and new. Read more

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Cast announced for Romeo & Juliet

Our Artistic Director Walter Meierjohann has announced the cast for Romeo and Juliet, his first HOME production at Victoria Baths, this September.

Our Artistic Director Walter Meierjohann has announced the cast for Romeo and Juliet, his first HOME production at Victoria Baths, this September.
Romeo and Juliet

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Free Summer Workshops

We’re running some fun, free creative workshops throughout August in Wythenshawe that will accompany our forthcoming production of Romeo and Juliet at Victoria Baths.

We're running some fun, free creative workshops throughout August in Wythenshawe that will accompany our forthcoming production of Romeo and Juliet at Victoria Baths.
Image Credit: Joel Cooper on Flickr

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Calling all young theatre critics

Aged between 14-18 and studying at school, college or university? Fancy yourself as a writer or theatre critic? Then we’ve got a competition for you!

Aged between 14-18 and studying at school, college or university? Fancy yourself as a writer or theatre critic? Then we've got a competition for you!
Wedding photo low res credit Jessica Tremp

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Great reviews for Angel Meadow

Angel Meadow has opened to great critical acclaim. Take a closer look at what the press and audiences have been saying about the show so far…

Angel Meadow has opened to great critical acclaim. Take a closer look at what the press and audiences have been saying about the show so far.
Angel Meadow 38. Photo credit Graeme Cooper

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Telling Tales

Susie Stubbs speaks to actress and HOME patron Suranne Jones about adaptability, blurring boundaries and why the arts are an essential part of education.

Susie Stubbs talks to HOME patron Suanne Jones about
Suranne Jones