How do we raise our kids with joy and wonder in uncertain and – let’s face it – increasingly bleak times?
Opened in 1891, The Palace Theatre is one of Manchester’s oldest and most beautiful theatres. Get behind the scenes with this tour.
HOME is excited to announce a brand new co-production musical Frankie Goes to Bollywood, coming to Manchester in Summer 2024.
Work It Out is a new comedy-drama crafted by award-winning writer-performer Eve Steele, a bittersweet tale of triumph, friendship, and conquering inner demons.
Six new short plays, written in special collaboration with Manchester Rape Crisis, in honour of their 45th Anniversary.
The legendary annual celebration of all things curious and creative returns to Manchester. Nine Lessons is a variety night like no other.
Robin Ince takes audiences on a celebratory tour of the places books can take us, and of the ideas that can make wonder and widen the sky.
Hot Orange follows Amina and Tandeki as they navigate what it takes to sustain love and friendship beyond childhood idealism – and the moment you fall in love.
The Fool leaves King Lear before the blinding. Before the ice-creams in the interval. Tim Crouch draws on ideas of virtual reality to send the character back to the wreckage of the world they left.
Fierce, funny, and brimming with heart, Karim Khan examines the pressures faced by young Muslim men in this exhilarating new play about fitting in and striking out.
Set against the frenzy of the Lioness’ success, this brand new multi-sensory play by Keisha Thompson invites you on a journey inside the confines of a post-match train carriage.
Experience a digital-led theatre show that celebrates their North Manchester heritage, brimming with Moston spirit, and asks questions about what class means today.
A new production of New Dawn Fades: A Play About Joy Division and Manchester returns to RNCM.
Join HOME this Christmas for a bold and highly theatrical re-telling of the well-known classic tale packed with music, dance and song.
This Kind of Black (Requiem for Black Boys) is the powerful new stage show from poet and musician Reece Williams.