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HOME Cinema Preview: 15th September

James Gill gives us a quick look at what’s on this week at HOME Cinema.

Photo: David Monteith-Hodge

Review: Letters to Morrissey

A gripping and thoroughly enjoyable piece of theatre, says Lily Brittain.

Image: Nick Wall @ Number 9 Films Limited

Review: The Limehouse Golem

Ackroyd’s 1994 novel is adapted for the big screen in a sinister Victorian murder mystery led by Bill Nighy

Photo: Len Cotton

HOME’s Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

Up and coming young filmmakers screen short-film masterpieces as part of a project to encourage youth access to the most exclusive field in modern media

Photo: Venice Film Festival

University of Manchester student premieres film at HOME

Christopher Murray sits down with The Mancunion to unpack his second feature length film, El Cristo Ciego (The Blind Christ)

Photo: HOMEMCR

Review: City of Glass

Duncan Macmillan and 59 Productions’ hi-tech stage adaptation of the Paul Auster novella combines detective drama with postmodern mania to impressively confusing effect

Photo: HOME

Upcoming at HOME: La Movida

“If you lived in the 80s and remember it, then you didn’t live it.”

Photo: Creative Life Film Company

Feature: Interview with filmmaker Josh Appignanesi

The New Man is now available in cinemas and on iTunes

Photo: Isabel Oldman

John Hyatt: Rock Art

John Hyatt, musician and MMU lecturer, puts on a punk inspired exhibition at HOME

Lucian Msamati as the composer Antonio Salieri with the Southbank Sinfonia. Photo: Marc Brenner

Review: Amadeus

London’s National Theatre comes to Manchester’s HOME, first class entertainment at a Northern price

Photo: HOMEMCR

Review: Narvik

A truly haunting and mesmerising play by Lizzie Nunnery

Photo: Stacey MacNaught

New Year New Manchester

Manchester’s most exciting arts and culture events in 2017