2 Tony Wilson Place
Tel: 0161 200 1500
Monday – Thursday: 10am–11pm
Friday and Saturday: 10am-12am
HOME, Manchester’s new centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books opened in May 2015. The venue features a 500-seat theatre; a 150-seat flexible theatre; a 500m2, 4m high gallery space; five cinema screens and a café bar and restaurant. HOME's five cinemas showcase the very best in UK and international independent and classic cinema.
The theatres are a platform for new and extraordinary theatrical experiences and the contemporary visual art programme presents new commissions by emerging and established artists of regional, national and international significance. Whether you want to see work that challenges and astounds, get closer to filmmakers and artists, or just drink the best coffee in town, you can find it at HOME!
Onwards and Outwards programme
Under The Skin + Q&A with producer Kate Ogborn (dir. Carine Adler, UK 1997, 82 mins)
The Alcohol Years + Q&A with director Carol Morley (dir. Carol Morley, UK 2000, 50 mins)
Happy Bees (dir. Margaret Tait, 1954, 16 mins) + Short Films for Children
(The Orquil Burn, UK 1955, 36mins)
(Splashing, UK 1966, 5 mins)
(All These New Relations, UK 1955, 21 mins)