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Jul 2021 Vogue Ball: Homeground

Club culture meets high art in Vogue Ball at Homeground this July in a collaboration between HOME and Contact. House of Suarez creates a macabre and magical experience at the CarnEviL Ball where all your fairground horrors are very real… Vogue Houses from far and wide bring their fiercest performers to compete for dance supremacy […]

From Sep 2021 Peaceophobia

Peaceophobia uses real cars and location combined with cinematic lighting and an original sound score to create an immersive theatrical experience.

Jun 2021 The Hallé – Elgar’s Enigma Variations

Sir Mark Elder conducts the curtain-raiser to the Hallé’s Summer Season at The Bridgewater Hall featuring Glinka, Stravinsky and Elgar.

Jun 2021 Horizons Festival 2021

Presented by HOME in partnership with Community Arts North West, Horizons Festival 2021 embraces the national Refugee Week theme ‘We Cannot Walk Alone’,

Jul 2021 House Of Suarez + Contact: Vogue Ball at Homeground

House Of Suarez + Contact’s Vogue Ball Returns to Manchester at Homeground this Summer.

Nov 2020 The Starter Kit

Want to join ‘the movement’ but not sure where to start? Join Contact Young Company to investigate the ins and outs of social movements, and the tools you need to re-imagine the future. Contact Young Company are working with artists Amy Vreeke, Keisha Thompson and Javaad Alipoor to create a new piece of interactive, digital […]

Oct 2020 BGA 2020: Cheryl Martin – One Woman

One Woman is a hypnotic dreamscape. Through binaural sound the audience is drawn into the mind of a woman who grew up with severe depression and BPD (borderline personality disorder) as she tries to find the answer to who she was, how she came to be that person, who she might have been, and who […]

Oct 2020 Don’t Go Back To Sleep: The Lockdown Album

A live verbatim album documenting everyday human experiences of lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic, in Britain and beyond. RashDash give voice to 18 people around the world – a mother in Milan, a professor in Britain , a student in China, a filmmaker in Kenya – sampling interviews and weaving text from transcripts into songs […]

Oct 2020 BGA 2020: Symposium -Decolonising Theatre

Join a panel of academics, artists and activists to discuss decolonising theatre. Panel: Topher Campell, Selina Thompson, Cheryl Martin. ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM 1pm: Film maker and theatre maker Topher Campbell will open the symposium with a lecture ‘PERFORMANCE WITHOUT WALLS’. Radical Theatre for the 21st Century, A Keynote exploring radical artistic practice and Black possibilities. “Now isn’t […]

Until Jan 2021 Dick Whittington… and his Cat!

It’s Christmas and the road to The Dancehouse is paved with Panto Gold! The bells are ringing out for another sure-fire Christmas hit – ‘Dick Whittington… and his Cat!’