The End with HOME

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
The End with HOME

The End at HOME Manchester, Manchester 12 — 14 November 2020 Entrance is free — Visit now

Commissioned by The Place and Warwick Arts Centre, The End – performed by Bert and Nasi – will be streamed live from Theatre 1, with tickets on a pay-what-you-decide-basis.

As a response to the national lockdown, our friends at HOME have been working their socks off to ensure that their exciting ‘reopening’ season of theatre still goes ahead. And although audiences will not be able to attend HOME in person, all of the performances will still be performed on the stage and delivered to audiences via a live stream.

Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, aka Bert and Nasi, are two performance makers that have been working together since 2015.

In this brand new work, Bert and Nasi dance the end of their relationship to imagine what a future without each other might look like.

Poignant, sad and witty, the dance is a reminder and a celebration of our own mortality, and the ongoing ecological crisis happening around us.

The End at HOME Manchester, Manchester 12 — 14 November 2020 Entrance is free Visit now


Session Features
12 November 2020
7:30pm — 8:30pm
13 November 2020
7:30pm — 8:30pm
14 November 2020
7:30pm — 8:30pm

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

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