Yusra Warsama takes Lorca’s classic ‘The House of Bernada Alba’ as inspiration for this powerful new production, as she exports Lorca’s language to a Moss Side home.
Fuelled by an emotional energy, this triple bill pairs the concentrated physicality of select hip-hop dance styles with the rhythmical groove of music and moves evoking Africa.
Prepare to be moved to the core by Gecko’s hypnotising beauty, compelling global soundtrack, and unbarred emotion. Look inwards and ask ‘Who am I, and where do I belong?’
12 Last Songs constructs a fleeting portrait of society. There are no actors. It’s a live exhibition of people taking place over 12 hours.
A sort of dance show about flab, double chins & the men they are attached to.
Ted Hughes Award winner Hollie McNish is a poet whose live readings are not to be missed.
Fresh from his BBC Radio 4 series Rob Newman On Air, the a comedian’s new show comes to HOME.
A brilliantly unique meeting of hip hop and theatre, Spoken Movement’s Family Honour asks how far one would go to uphold family expectations.
LOB is a tennis, poetry bonanza about moving through sporting spaces as a queer body, written and performed by Roma Havers.
Candid, ferocious, funny and loud, Glowing debunks the myths that pregnant women are having the time of their lives and new mothers spend their days softly singing nursery rhymes to sleeping babies.
A magical mix of puppetry and music as we discover more about our animal friends and what we can do to help.
A show about freedom, a journey into foolishness, and a perspective that takes you across the world.
Here & Now mischievously re-examines the pact between audience and performer and celebrates the beautiful ‘here and now’ of live theatre.
Global drag icon BenDeLaCreme, presents her latest critically-acclaimed narrative cabaret show
Join a guided tour of a distant city where nothing seems to make sense. Its people are silenced and its landscape is disappearing.