Bourgeois & Maurice at Homeground

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Bourgeois & Maurice at Homeground

Bourgeois & Maurice at HOME Manchester, Manchester 30 May 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Cult cabaret sensations Bourgeois & Maurice will return to Manchester for one special performance this summer. Taking place at HOME’s new outdoor space, this will be the duo’s first show since their critically-acclaimed show Insane Animals played at HOME at the start of 2020.

Blurring the line between contemporary cabaret and alternative comedy, Bourgeois & Maurice are well known as one of the UK’s most subversive and inventive musical acts. In this new show, they’ll take their audience on an entertaining journey into the strangest reaches of their minds. Amongst the sequins and confetti, expect to hear old hits and some of their new stuff too.

The show will be performed at Homeground, HOME’s huge new temporary outdoor venue, which is rumoured to be three times the size of Albert Square. With a packed summer programme of theatre, music, cabaret and comedy, the venue will have two stages as well as pop-up food and drink – providing a brilliant summer destination for those looking for Covid-safe cultural fun as lockdown eases.

We recommend early booking for this sharp, sensational (and utterly bonkers) double act.

Bourgeois & Maurice at HOME Manchester, Manchester 30 May 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

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