A blend of physical performance, puppetry, live music and song combine to create an intimate, magical production.
The world’s most famous ballet returns to cast its spell in English National Ballet’s stunning production.
Time & Again take on Shakespeare’s joyous comedy Much Ado About Nothing featuring deck chairs, dancing, and their ever distinctive vintage costumes.
Arōōr/ǎ is an Afro-Futurist project that tries to imagine the possibilities of a Somali future. Part of Salaam Festival at HOME.
Muguwa (rope, Luganda) explores the duality, fluidity and anchoring within man’s journey. Part of Salaam Festival at HOME.
Four dancers go head to head in a fashion and lip-sync battle for Z-arts Family Catwalk Extravaganza
Alfie’s First Fight is a funny and heart-warming show that packs a punch for children aged 5+ and their grown-ups.
The award-winning Travelling Light presents Vixen, an original story by Matt Grinter about a young girl who is turning into a fox.
Performance-art meets theatre in Vice Versa, a one-woman combining 3D sound design with stunning visuals and physical/verbal storytelling.
The White Card makes its UK and European premiere at HOME this May and asks you to be in the room and in the conversation.
Oh Mother is a fever dream of a show made in the heat of the love, the exhaustion and the chaos.
An interdisciplinary performance created by a Black queer ensemble, JUMBIE is a ritual for our sickened times.
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a new take on a classic musical, starring none other than drag sensation Divina De Campo in the title role.
HOME presents a spellbinding adventure of traditional folk and fairy tales as Sophie Anderson’s novel, The House with Chicken Legs, is transported from book to stage.
Manchester School of Theatre students take on Mother Courage in the debut performance at their outstanding new home.