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Charlie Chaplin, Stan Laurel, HOME, Told by an Idiot
5th Feb
Perhaps more slapschtik than slapstick, the Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Oliver Hardy recounts the early careers of Chaplin and Laurel as...
Open Art Exhibition, HOME, art
22nd Jan
The Manchester Open Exhibition at HOME opened its doors to the public at the weekend. The exhibition displays 543 works from across Greater...
Matt Haig, Reasons to Stay Alive, Home, Theatre
5th Nov
It’s a tough premise to sell.  A play based on a book of someone’s real battle with depression and thoughts of suicide.  Sorry, I did think...
Jackie Kay
9th May
One week ago, I was tasked with reading Jackie Kay's Red Dust Road in preparation to interview her. Shortly after picking the book up, I found...
Kingdom at HOME
21st Mar
The ¡Viva! festival which celebrates Spanish speaking cinema and theatre launches at HOME on Friday in its 25th year. The festival will...
See My Dunya, Manchester Central Libray, Somali, photographs, Moss Side
4th Feb
  See My Dunya is an exhibition being held at Manchester’s Central Library which showcases the rich history of the Somali community in the...
PUSH Festival Logo
27th Dec
PUSH Festival returns to HOME from Friday 11th to Saturday 26th of January 2019. The festival is a programme of performances, films and exhibitions...
23rd Nov
Self-described as a ‘deadly game of ritual, role-play and rubber gloves’, The Maids is a performance well ahead of its time as it toys around with...
Still from Videoman
30th Oct
Videoman is a 2018 Swedish horror-drama film directed by Kristian A. Söderström and starring Stefan Sauk and Lena Nilsson. It is part of the...
28th Oct
Some people need a reason to live. Semyon Smeyonovich needs a reason to die. Or at least a reason to take his own life. Luckily – or unluckily – for...

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