First Dibs: The Assembly at HOME

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First Dibs: The Assembly at HOME

First Dibs: The Assembly at HOME Manchester, Manchester 6 November 2021 Tickets from £10.50 — Book now

Happening as part of PUSH Festival 2021 at HOME Manchester, First Dibs: The Assembly is a script-in-hand sharing of five new plays written by LGBTQ+ playwrights and the culmination of Dibby Theatre’s first-ever First Dibs course.

First Dibs is a radical new 14-week play-making school led by LGBTQ+ artists, for LGBTQ+ artists.
The course has taken place as part of Dibby Theatre’s outreach and education programme supporting working-class and LGBTQ+ artists and communities.

We can reveal that the playwrights taking part in First Dibs: The Assembly are: mandla rae, Alma Renée Lipari, Susan Kerr, Elizabeth Gibson and Rebekka Platt. Witness their brand-new works in development.

First Dibs: The Assembly at HOME Manchester, Manchester 6 November 2021 Tickets from £10.50 Book now

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Small but perfectly-formed café – which also serves as the in-house bookstore, stocking all manner of Burgess-related works, along with recordings of his music. It’s a welcoming space, with huge glass windows making for a bright, welcoming atmosphere.

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