Marty and the Party at HOME Manchester

Shekina Rose, Families Editor
Marty and the Party at HOME
Image courtesy of Holly Revell.

Marty and the Party at HOME Manchester, Manchester 23 — 25 February 2023 Tickets from £10.50 — Book now

It’s time to BOOGIE… Dress very smartly and party like Marty, for this arty and marvellous family show, Marty and the Party. Arriving just in time for the February half term holidays , HOME Manchester invites energetic young audiences and their grown-ups to experience a cheeky and joyful show described as the “best party there has ever been in the history of EVER”.

Marty is heading to the party of a lifetime, and everyone is ready to show off their fabulous dance moves. Fox is dancing the foxtrot, Flamingo is dancing the flamenco.  But does Marty have any dancing moves of their own? What is it that makes Marty’s heart dance? And how can Marty find a groove that’s simply their own? Delivered by multi-award winning Milk Presents and Derby Theatre, this is a hilarious and magical story about finding your own moves and dancing to your own rhythm, while making new friends along the way.

So no time to waste – get your dancing shoes on and get ready to boogie on down. Expect bags of fun and lots of giggles at this uplifting, toe-tapping family performance.

Marty and the Party is a stunningly heartwarming show for kids and adults alike. Follow Marty’s adventures and throw some shapes as you move along to the show’s delightful music. Recommended for ages 2-6, we think that Marty and the Party offers the perfect introduction to performance for young theatre-goers.


Marty and the Party at HOME Manchester, Manchester 23 — 25 February 2023 Tickets from £10.50 Book now


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