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Top 5: Cheap places to watch films in Manchester

Top 5: Cheap places to watch films in Manchester

Arrived in Manchester and want to get your film fix without breaking the budget? Here’s how
Meet the new film editors

Meet the new film editors

The new film editors welcome you to their section and encourage everyone to get involved
Review: Endgame

Review: Endgame

Coronation Street staples David Nielson and Chris Gascoyne take on Beckett’s Endgame at HOME
Review: Macbeth

Review: Macbeth

HOME’s new interpretation of the Shakespeare classic Macbeth casts a dystopian setting against the violent play
Preview: Inkheart

Preview: Inkheart

Inkheart is HOME’s first Christmas production since its grand opening earlier this year
Theatre goes digital: The ‘live broadcast’ revolution

Theatre goes digital: The ‘live broadcast’ revolution

British theatre performances are welcoming up to two million live viewers from cinemas across the world thanks to a creative ‘live viewing’ platform
Review: The Oresteia

Review: The Oresteia

Blanche McIntyre brings her interpretation of Ted Hughes’ concise translation of The Oresteia to Manchester’s HOME
Preview: The Oresteia

Preview: The Oresteia

Award winning director Blanche McIntyre directs HOME’s Ted Hughes’ adaption of classic greek drama The Oresteia
Review: Golem

Review: Golem

Suzanne Andrade and theatre company 1927 bring the innovative ‘Golem’ to Manchester’s HOME
Review: La Mélancolie Des Dragons

Review: La Mélancolie Des Dragons

A part of HOME’s new season, Philippe Quesne welcomes his production of La Mélancolie Des Dragons to Manchester
Preview: ‘Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and Other Love Songs)’

Preview: ‘Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and Other Love Songs)’

Already shrouded in critical acclaim, HOME’s latest success is theatre group Kneehigh’s ‘Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs)’
HOME Pick of the Week: Mistress America

HOME Pick of the Week: Mistress America

Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s latest film, Mistress America, is quirky enough to work in its own way, but it may lack a wider appeal
Where to go – Manchester’s best theatres

Where to go – Manchester’s best theatres

A definitive guide to Manchester’s best theatres, offering a wide range of drama, comedy, and spoken word performances
Quite Good

Quite Good

Ellie Gibbs reviews the recently refurbished Cornerhouse, in its new location as arts & culture complex HOME
Review: 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline

Review: 5 Soldiers – The Body is the Frontline

Rosie Kay Dance Company performed “5 Soldiers – The body is the Frontline” at the Army Research Centre in Manchester.
Review: Tuesdays at Tescos

Review: Tuesdays at Tescos

Tuesdays at Tescos shows the life and struggle of a transgender woman who tries to get accepted as a daughter by her father. The one-hour monologue gives the audience a sense of the difficulties transgender people have to face every day, writes Camilla Lindner
Review: The Events

Review: The Events

In the final week of a globetrotting tour, The Events remains David Greig’s and Ramin Gray’s shattering masterpiece, writes Benjamin Monk
Review: Best of BE Festival

Review: Best of BE Festival

Benjamin Monk feasts on the best of Birmingham’s European theatre festival at HOME
Review: Romeo and Juliet

Review: Romeo and Juliet

A story of more woe – Richard Smith reviews the first HOME production and old classic Romeo and Juliet.
Moving back home: top tips

Moving back home: top tips

Wondering how on earth you’ll cope when you have to move back in with the rents? Claire Morris has got it covered

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