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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 A Midsummer Night’s Dream

HOME brings A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Homeground and it’s set to be one of the highlights of HOME’s season-don’t miss it!

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’,

From Jul 2021 Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is one of the headline events at this summer’s Homeground line-up, a joyful outdoor show for all the family!

Nov 2020 Livestream: High Rise eState Of Mind

This is an online stream of a live performance taking place on the HOME stage. A stunning new show from the makers of No Milk For Foxes, DenMarked and BAC Beatbox Academy’s Frankenstein exposing young people’s fears of where they will live, will they ever afford to live somewhere clean and safe, and is a home just a modern day pipe […]

Nov 2020 Livestream: A Grand Auction of my Life

This is an online stream of a live performance taking place on the HOME stage. Tonight we offer you a chance to bid on my most treasured artefacts, A song a painting a kitchen item a jacket potato a sculpture a tribute act a deeply buried feeling a family member a recurring dream some fog […]

Nov 2020 Livestream: The End

This is an online stream of a live performance taking place on the HOME stage. Commissioned by The Place and Warwick Arts Centre In this new piece, Bert and Nasi dance the end of their relationship, imagining what a future without each other might look like.Above the stage and projected onto a screen, two parallel […]

Nov 2020 Link Up: Queering the Dramaturg – Roma Havers & Frankie Blaus in Dialogue

Roma Havers will invite Frankie Blaus, her editing partner and dramaturg of her new performance LOB, to take part in a conversation. They’ll discuss what it is that makes dramaturgy Queer and how to work with a dramaturg as a performance maker. About LOB: It’s the year 2000 and my grandmother, dreaming of Wimbledon glory, […]

Nov 2020 Link Up: Mark Croasdale –Staying“Well” In

Ahead of Staying In, Mark Croasdale invites a few fellow creatives to get cozy over a (socially distanced) brew with biscuits. They’ll discuss ‘wellbeing’, ‘queer wellness’ and whether we can transform our understanding of stress and anxiety? Viewers are encouraged to make a cuppa, grab a bourbon and join the discussion online. Staying in is […]

Nov 2020 Link Up: Mandla Rae – Trauma and Black Womxnhood

Mandla Rae will host two experts on trauma, body and healing and have a conversation about how trauma affects the mind and body.This conversation is inspired by Mandla’s research process for their upcoming solo show as british as a watermelon – where Mandla explores how childhood trauma and abuse continued to affect their adult life. […]

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 […]

Nov 2020 Dot. Dot. Dot.

A new show for empty theatres. I have not been operating within the guidelines and I have not been guided by the science and I have not come out the other side stronger or wiser or better for the experience. I didn’t eat out to help out and I didn’t become a parent and I […]

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 […]

Sep 2020 A Live Stream with Jay Rayner

Join award-winning restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and Kitchen Cabinet presenter Jay Rayner for a special one-off ‘in conversation’ to mark the paperback publication of his hit book My Last Supper, One Meal A Lifetime In The Making, streamed live from London’s Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel. He’ll be grilled to a turn by his Guardian […]