Theatre Spring / Summer 2017

Our Spring / Summer 2017 theatre season includes the first UK revival of the award-winning Rose starring Academy Award nominee Dame Janet Suzman, the world premiere of Paul Auster’s City of Glass, a HOME co-production with 59 Productions and the Lyric Hammersmith and the return of ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival 2017.

We’re also pleased to bring you news of our Autumn 2017 production, Chekhov classic Uncle Vanya, directed by our Artistic Director: Theatre, Walter Meierjohann.

In this season

Artistic Dir: Theatre Walter Meierjohann on Spring/Summer 2017

We're excited to unveil our full theatre season for Spring / Summer 2017. To find out more, we asked our Artistic Director of Theatre Walter…

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Previously in this season

Boy Blue Entertainment presents

Blak Whyte Gray 2017

Boy Blue Entertainment, the Olivier awarding-winning company behind Pied Piper and The Five & the Prophecy of Prana make their debut at HOME with the…

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Ogutu Muraya presents

Fractured Memory

How do you deal with an inherited history that is full of complexity? Weaving together literary text, video and storytelling, Ogutu Muraya reimagines the congress…

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Lucas De Man presents

De Man in Europe

In this lecture performance, Lucas De Man takes you on a journey through the most important insights and battles of the young Europeans he encountered…

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Robert Softley presents

If These Spasms Could Speak

An outstanding solo performance based on a collection of funny, sad, touching and surprising stories about disabled people and their bodies.

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Soho Theatre and Jack Rooke presents

Jack Rooke: Good Grief

With a coffin full of sympathy snacks, Jack Rooke and his 85-year old Nan Sicely invite you to the happiest town in Britain, where Dad’s…

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Sol Picó presents

One-Hit Wonders

To mark her 20th anniversary, ground-breaking Spanish choreographer and flamenco star Sol Picó celebrates with  the one-night only, UK premiere of  One-Hit Wonders.

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SICK! Festival 2017

In 2017, we're pleased to partner with SICK! Festival, a festival that confronts the physical, mental and social challenges that we face in our individual…

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Breach Theatre presents


Breach's Fringe First Award-winning Tank explores the difficulties of bridging cultural divides, the politics behind the stories we tell, and what happens when you inject…

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Rosie Kay Dance Company presents


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¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival 2017

Our annual celebration of Spanish and Latin American culture returns with a specially selected programme of the most exciting film and theatre from across the…

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Blast Theory and Hydrocracker presents

Operation Black Antler

An immersive theatre piece by four-times BAFTA nominated artists' group Blast Theory and critically-acclaimed theatre company Hydrocracker that invites you to enter the murky world…

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Jaha Koo presents

Lolling and Rolling

Jaha Koo examines Korea’s tragic social phenomenon and obsession for English education through the controversial application of tongue surgery for children.

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The Flare International Festival of New Theatre sets out to find some of the most exciting new makers of experimental theatre working internationally, and brings…

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National Theatre presents

Connections 2017

Greater Manchester’s youth theatres, schools and colleges perform at HOME in the National Theatre’s Connections festival, a celebration of young people, theatre-making and the importance…

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Paul Auster Q&A

Acclaimed American author Paul Auster makes a rare UK appearance at HOME to launch his new novel 4 3 2 1.

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The National Theatre presents

My Country

In the months following the Brexit vote, a team of interviewers from the National Theatre spoke to people nationwide. Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and director…

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HOME presents


One of the leading actors of her generation, Dame Janet Suzman will return to the stage as the eponymous Rose in the first UK revival…

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Soho Theatre & THISISPOPBABY presents

Panti: High Heels in Low Places

The Queen of Ireland, Panti, invites you into her gender-discombobulating, stiletto-shaped world, exposing the stories behind the make-up – from performance giant to accidental activist…

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HOME presents

Uncle Vanya

Taking Russia's past as inspiration in this historic year, Walter Meierjohann's production explores the deeply tragic and deeply comic spirit of Chekhov's late masterpiece with…

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Gecko in a joint co-commission with HOME presents

The Wedding

In a blur of wedding dresses and contractual obligations, Gecko's extraordinary ensemble guides us through the struggle between love and anger, creation and destruction, community…

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Juan Carlos Otero, Keir Cooper and Lola Rueda in collaboration with Emma Frankland presents


Following the sold-out success of Don Quijote at last year’s ¡Viva! festival, Emma Frankland and Keir Cooper are back this time with flamenco dancers and…

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Show And Tell presents

Letters to Windsor House

Multi award-winning duo Sh!t Theatre follow up their smash-hit show Women’s Hour with their Fringe First award-winning and Total Theatre award-nominated Letters to Windsor House.

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Agrupación Señor Serrano presents


A multimedia performance with live video, Hitchcock’s The Birds, scale models, 2000 mini animals, wars, smugglers, a massive migration and three performers handling this messy…

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59 Productions, HOME and Lyric Hammersmith presents

Paul Auster’s City of Glass

Tony Award-winning 59 Productions and award-winning writer Duncan Macmillan bring this seminal American novel to life in a dazzlingly original stage adaptation.

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Show And Tell presents

Heads Up

Multi award-winning Kieran Hurley writes and performs the tale of a familiar city at its moment of destruction.

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Frascati Producties & Anoek Nuyens presents


A personal, journalistic theatre project about a heritage that forces us to think about a new mission, responsibility and charitableness in an era in which…

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