We made it. The lights are on, the theatre seats are in, the projectors are running, the cellar is stocked, the pizzas are baking and the coffee is brewing.
At 17:00 on Thursday 21 May, join us at Tony Wilson Place for our Funfair Fanfare, where Danny Boyle will throw open our doors for a long weekend jam-packed with events, art, theatre, film and music. We’ve got a theatre world premiere, exclusive film previews and funfair inspired cinematic classics, a neighbourhood street party and art exploring love, lust, teenage fandom and heartbreak in the gallery. Plus a whale and an incredible book-eating boy…so come and spend a little (or a lot of time) of time with us at HOME.
Why not download the full HOMEwarming brochure or take a look a the weekend’s activities at a glance in this guide? You can also find out about all the BSL events we are offering in this downloadable PDF.
Previously in this Festival
On the Manchester Music Tour, the New Manchester Walks team take you to the places where Manchester music history was made.
We are delighted to present the regional premiere of our patron Phil Collins’ new feature film. Tomorrow Is Always Too Long conjures up a distinctive…
Back at HOME in a new production with additional musical accompaniment, this live multimedia performance from singer-songwriter Josephine Oniyama takes place against a backdrop of historical footage…
Join artists Basim Magdy, Douglas Coupland, Jeremy Bailey, Gemma Parker and Declan Clarke for an insightful tour of our opening exhibition.