This Book of Mormon is an outrageous musical comedy from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone that follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of missionaries.
The international musical phenomenon Hairspray returns to The Palace this autumn. After breaking box office records and delighting audiences around the world, it’s your chance to see this smash-hit musical-comedy here in Manchester.
Talented young performers interpret Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein from their own perspective as young people growing up in 21st-century Britain.
After a sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and a revival at the Bush Theatre early in September, Mika Onyx Johnson’s The Queer House: Pink Lemonade comes to Contact.
HOME Comedy Club is back and proudly presenting the return of Manchester’s original premier Black comedy night.
As British as a Watermelon asks questions about belonging, trauma and forgiveness told by queer Zimbabwean writer, performer and curator, Mandla Rae
Emergency, Manchester’s twenty-first micro-marathon of the bizarre, the bold + the beautiful, takes over Contact in a journey of live performance this September.
The Palace Theatre is back, finally, with The Woman In Black. What better show? Over 30 years playing in the West End to more than 7 million people.
This Christmas, HOME presents a reimagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling with a message of tolerance and self-acceptance.
See Bourgeois & Maurice in a Christmas show like no other on the 17th & 18th of December at HOME.
Ian McDiarmid takes centre stage in The Lemon Table at HOME this autumn in what looks like one of this season’s hottest tickets.
HOME get their Autumn Season off to a flyer with a stage adaptation of the H.G. Wells’ novel and Orson Welles’ classic radio play, The War of The Worlds
What do you get when you combine a wedding ring, burlesque and Pacman? Well, if you’re Lizzie Boone, you might get therapy…
The Hulme-based radical arts and culture specialists takeover the Bruntwood stage at Homeground.
Contact is one of the latest arts organisations to take centre stage at Homeground. We expect good things!