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Come to My Mum’s: An Evening of Conversation is a space for South Asian Muslim women to talk about what’s important to them today. Manchester-based artist Afreena Islam-Wright will host the evening of conversation. Guests so far include Sadia Habib and Maya Chowdhury from Manchester Museum; journalist Mishti Ali and prize-winning writer Qaisra Shahraz. The […]

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There’s a range of events – both online an in-person – happening for book-lovers, writers and culture at HOME this October. Manchester Literature Festival is a week-long celebration of imagination, ideas, stories, and voices from around the world. Bringing together the most exciting storytellers, poets, and thinkers for everyone to enjoy.

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How do we create a better world? That’s the question at the heart of the Ripples of Hope Festival – a new Festival based at HOME, celebrating the power of people to make human rights a reality. With conversations, workshops and performances, the festival runs for five days this September. Speakers at the festival include: […]

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Join the award-winning poet Jackie Kay for three special evenings of poetry, music, cheese and wine. The events will take place under the canvas of the Ask Tent at Homeground (HOME’s outdoor events space). Guests are set to include: Lemn Sissay on 19 July 2021; Simon Armitage on 2 August 2021 and Carol Ann Duffy […]

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This striking art exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery features two of Suzanne Lacy’s collections. The exhibitions explore the experiences of women, over the age of 50, in paid and unpaid work. Suzanne Lacy is an American artist. Her work often focuses on social themes, and also the experiences of people who live and work in […]

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Part of HOME Manchester’s new theatre season, Homemakers is an exciting collection of new work that audiences can access at home. Homemakers features live-streamed theatre, games, art and poetry. There’s lots for audiences to get involved in too – including online workshops and talks. Dive in and try something new.