PUSH is our annual celebration of the North West’s most creative talents. Over two weeks, our stages, screens and spaces will be dedicated to showcasing some of the most exciting film, theatre and visual art from around the region.
You could find yourself immersed in the world of Franz Kafka, channeling your inner Madonna, being the star of a spoken word performance or transported to a Greek island in the midst of a refugee crisis.
PUSH also offers great opportunities for artists and creatives to meet industry professionals, share ideas and inspirations and develop skills across a broad range of topics. There are a range of workshops and events to get involved in, looking at everything from funding for your short film, to finding your voice, surviving the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and more.
So bring your friends, head to HOME and experience some of the best creative work being produced right on your doorstep…
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Previously in this Festival
Co-commissioned and curated by Mark Devereux Projects. Lay of the Land (and other such myths) is a new project and exhibition investigating connections between gender and…
This workshop explores a visual, non-text based theatre, starting with how an actor can create a space and walk into it.
Join the Random Acts North team to find out how you can be commissioned to make a film that could end up on Channel 4.
Featuring an all female panel with presentations by Alison J Carr, Elly Clarke and Victoria Lucas, this performative symposium will investigate connections between gender and…
Are you individual or organisation thinking of making your first application for a Grant for the Arts (GFTA) under £15,000? Do you think you would…
For visual artists who want to get their work exhibited and seen by an audience, navigating the world of curators and galleries can be daunting.…