Scottish composer and artist Erland Cooper teams up with Opera North in what promises to be a fascinating collaboration at RNCM.
HOME screen 1957 Hammer Horror, The Abominable Snowman starring Peter Cushing as a scientist who encounters a monster in the Himalayas.
Gremlins is not your typical Christmas movie but it remains essential festive nostalgia. We love the Christmas cinema at HOME.
Dudley Moore stars as hapless elf Patch whose misadventures threaten Christmas. Also starring John Lithgow and David Huddleston as Santa himself.
HOME continue their Christmas movie season with Richard Donner’s 1980s classic family adventure, The Goonies.
HOME screen House of Gucci, the latest film from Ridley Scott featuring an all-star cast including Adam Driver, Lady Gaga and Al Pacino.
A specially curated event by Johnny Marr that gives fans the chance to step inside the Crazy Face Factory – a unique and personal space that serves as Johnny’s de-facto HQ.
Showing at HOME this November, Quant is a documentary celebrating fashion designer Dame Mary Quant, one of the most influential icons of the 20th Century.
NT Live/ The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage is a gripping adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantastical world. It will be broadcast live from London’s Bridge Theatre to HOME.
Rebel Dykes is an extraordinary glimpse into the lives of a group of friends who went on to become artists, performers, musicians and activists.
Based on a true story, Ryoo Seung-wan’s Escape from Mogadishu is a gripping film that creates large-scale spectacle while avoiding jingoism and grounding itself firmly in reality.
A New York producer travels to Jamaica to film a commercial, only to run into a number of unforeseen circumstances in No Place Like Home. A long-lost 1973 film.
Ice Cube stars in Tim Storey’s 2002 comedy-drama Barbershop. A rip-roaring comedy and an important portrait of Black community.
In the run-up to Manchester Pride 2021, HOME has programmed a mini-season of LGBTQI+ focused films.
Oasis Knebworth 1996 is the story of that weekend and the special relationship between Oasis and their fans told through the eyes of those who were there.