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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We announce our exciting opening weekend for May 2015

Our opening Bank Holiday weekend features world premiere theatre, new visual arts commissions and a unique film and music project.

Our opening Bank Holiday weekend features world premiere theatre, new visual arts commissions and a unique film and music project.
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The Tattooed Lady

Artist Gemma Parker is working on a piece that will become part of our opening exhibition next year. And she needs your help…

Artist Gemma Parker is working on a piece that will become part of our opening exhibition next year. And she needs your help...
Photo credit Mary (n_n) West on Flickr

Re:play Festival 2015

Number 1 First St

Mon 12 Jan 2015 - Sat 24 Jan 2015

Re:play is back! Join us at Number One, First Street for a celebration of some of the most ground-breaking, most talked-about new drama from the local fringe scene from the last 12 months.

Re:play is back! Join us at Number One, First Street for a celebration of some of the most ground-breaking, most talked-about new drama from the local fringe scene from the last 12 months.
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Replay Festival 2015

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We announce our Re:play Festival 2015 programme

We’re delighted to announce our Re:play Festival 2015, the festival which brings together the best of theatre seen in the previous 12 months in Manchester and Salford’s non-theatre spaces.

We're delighted to announce our Re:play Festival 2015, the festival which brings together the best of theatre seen in the previous 12 months in Manchester and Salford's non-theatre spaces.
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