Booking opens today for our Spring Summer 2022 theatre season, featuring a variety of brand-new co-commissions, world and UK premieres as well as new interpretations of cult classics and returning artists.
Dave Moutrey, Director and CEO of HOME, said: “I’m delighted to be announcing such an exciting programme of contemporary theatre for 2022. Presenting a season of such high-quality co-commissions and co-productions is a true reflection of HOME’s approach to collaboration and it is a huge pleasure to be working with such incredible partners and talented artists from across the North West and nationally. There is a huge diversity of work across the programme, which give us the opportunity to welcome a wide range of audiences to HOME – to be entertained, to reflect, to be challenged and to find hope and joy.”
In Theatre 1
The House with Chicken Legs
Opening on Tue 29 March and running throughout the Easter holidays, pioneering theatre company Les Enfants Terribles will be bringing their new adaptation of Sophie Anderson’s best-selling The House with Chicken Legs to the stage. Suitable for older families and adults alike, the beautiful story will be told through a blend of live music, puppetry and a sprinkle of magic. Book Now.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
Multi-Tony award-winning cult musical Hedwig & the Angry Inch starring Divina de Campo runs from Wed 27 Apr – Wed 11 May, for a sensational night of rock ‘n’ roll and a story of self-acceptance and empowerment – all accompanied by a live band. Book Now.
The White Card
Fresh from its European premiere, HOME presents Claudia Rankine’s first published play The White Card, directed by Natalie Ibu, which poses the question: ‘can society progress when whiteness remains invisible?’ Wed 18 – Sat 21 May 2022. Book Now.
From Wed 22 – Sat 25 June, internationally celebrated choreographer Hofesh Shechter returns with thrilling contemporary dance production Double Murder – a double bill, performed by his inimitable dancers and accompanied by an epic score. Book Now.
In Theatre 2
Black queer enterprise Dudaan, with founder and director, Jamal Gerald, presents its inaugural production JUMBIE (Tue 23 – Sat 26 Mar) an immersive and contemporary exploration of a lost dance ritual from the Caribbean island of Montserrat. Book Now.
Much-loved company RashDash return to Theatre 2 from Thu 12 – Sat 28 May, with their new show Oh Mother, exploring what it means to be, and to have, a family. Book Now.
Dorcas Seb concludes the season with Vice Versa (Fri 1 – Sat 2 Jul), an innovative, immersive show exploring one woman’s political awakening through music, spoken word, movement and digital story telling. Book Now.