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Near Gone at HOME Manchester, Manchester 23 — 25 November 2021 Tickets from £12.50 — Book now

Near Gone is a theatre show in which two performers attempt to tell a very difficult story. Entering the stage, they launch themselves into an hour-long bid to put into words the unspeakable.

Presented in English and Bulgarian, with a pounding Roma-inspired musical score, this beautiful show sees an empty theatre space filled with two performers, 400 fresh flowers and a storm of emotion. Near Gone has already received a number of rave reviews, with Lyn Gardner describing it as “gorgeous and wild”.

This is a performance piece that packs a punch – transforming your very sense of what it is to be a mother, a father, a child. One thing is for sure – you’ll leave more fully alive than ever.

Near Gone is being performed as part of Orbit Festival 2021 at HOME, a superb annual festival celebrating extraordinary, award-winning artists.

Near Gone at HOME Manchester, Manchester 23 — 25 November 2021 Tickets from £12.50 Book now

Performances

Date
Time
Session Features
23 November 2021
7:45pm
24 November 2021
7:45pm
25 November 2021
7:45pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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