For Corridor of Light and Black Gold Arts Festival, Contact’s windows will be lit up with images of Manchester artist and theatre-maker Chanje Kunda.
Celebrations of Manchester Museum’s closing weekend kick-off with Yandass Ndlovu and I M PACT.
Part of Manchester Museum’s celebration of Manchester Pride, an Evening with the Family Gorgeous will be a night at the museum to remember.
Libraries Connected and BBC Novels That Shaped The World bring you a new humorous and imaginative re-telling of the Robinson Crusoe story.
Science’s greatest and most volatile live show, Brainiac Live is returning to HOME with a vengeance.
What do you get when you combine a wedding ring, burlesque and Pacman? Well, if you’re Lizzie Boone, you might get therapy…
Fly on the Wall Press and Blackwell’s Manchester showcase new work from three exciting local authors this August.
Captioning the City asks audiences to stop, take a moment and experience Manchester in a new dimension through this captivating public artwork.
Based on Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s words, Notes on Grief is a powerful reflection on family, love and loss journeys from page to stage in Rae McKen’s new production.
An impressive collaboration of artists presents the world premiere of All of This Unreal Time, a film and immersive installation at Manchester International Festival.
As part of Manchester International Festival, Cerys Matthews curates a one-night celebration of live music, lyrics, stories and poetry at HOME, inspired by Poet Slash Artist and hosted by Jeffrey Boakye
The Hulme-based radical arts and culture specialists takeover the Bruntwood stage at Homeground.
Victoria Baths present Bath Bombs Comedy Club, a new comedy night featuring an impressive line-up of acts.
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 […]
Peaceophobia uses real cars and location combined with cinematic lighting and an original sound score to create an immersive theatrical experience.