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Young dinosaur fanatics will love this new family theatre show about friendship and…you guessed it….dinosaurs. Sam is a happy, dinosaur loving 8-year-old whose world turns upside down after his parents separate. However, when he takes himself off to the far end of the school playground he meets Alex. Alex is a deaf girl with a […]

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Head to the Palace Theatre for this amazing new production of David Walliams’ best-selling story, Billionaire Boy. Joe Spud is twelve years old and the richest boy in the country. He has his own sports car, two crocodiles as pets and £100,000 pocket money, per WEEK. Sadly, Joe doesn’t have what he really wants more […]

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There will be a two-minute silence at IWM North at 11.00 am. The silence will then be broken with a performance by young people, aged 14-18. The young people have worked with a professional theatre company called ThickSkin to explore what Remembrance Day means to them. At the end of the two-minute silence, they will […]

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The road to Contact is paved with pantomime gold this Christmas. Contact and theatre company eight-freestyle will present Dick Whittington and his Amazing Cat. This is a modern and Mancunian production of the classic Dick Whittington fairy tale. Join young Dick Whittington and his loyal cat ‘Scratch’ on their search for fame and fortune. Will […]

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This is a special piece of theatre where the audience find themselves at the centre of the first-ever climate law trial. The show is set in the year 2061 and the audience become the jury in the courtroom. It is the audience’s job to decide the fate of a person who has broken a climate […]

Aleiah’s Adventure is a beautiful family theatre show. Taking place as part of the Manchester Libraries Black History Month programme, the show tells the story of a young Deaf girl called Aleiah who becomes lost after leaving her family to step out into the world on her own. Join Aleiah as she discovers the stories […]

Aleiah’s Adventure is a beautiful family theatre show. Taking place as part of the Manchester Libraries Black History Month programme, the show tells the story of a young Deaf girl called Aleiah who becomes lost after leaving her family to step out into the world on her own. Join Aleiah as she discovers the stories […]

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For Black History Month, a brand new play will be performed in Hope Mill Theatre. Forgotten Voices tells the real-life story of Eva Moorhead Kadalie. Eva was the widow of South Africa’s first national black trade union leader, Clements Kadalie. Forgotten Voices is a story of pain and joy – but at the heart of […]

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The Mountaintop is a theatre show set the night before the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.  

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This October, HOME bring a brilliant programme of work highlighting the work of Black artists in film, theatre, art, music and comedy. HOME will celebrate Black History Month with a specially curated programme of events. You’ll find performances, talks, film screenings and much more taking place throughout October. There will also be discussions, workshops and […]