A Tim Burton Trio at HOME

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Like Roald Dahl before him, Tim Burton is one of those storytellers who understands that children require a little bit of darkness in their fiction. He’s made a career out of twisting familiar fables; bringing his gothic sensibility to bear on musicals, superheroes and beloved storybooks. With films ranging from tiny cinematic love-letters like the terrific Ed Wood, to box-office behemoths such as his production of Alice in Wonderland, he’s always kept his sympathetic eye firmly fixed on the misfits, outcasts and interlopers of the world. This December, HOME pay tribute to one of Hollywood’s most darkly idiosyncratic directors with a trio of his most Christmassy films.

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Henry V at Manchester Cathedral
Theatre 22–24 October 2018, from £20

Henry V at Manchester Cathedral

Fell at Antwerp Mansion
Theatre 22–25 October 2018, from £9

Fell at Antwerp Mansion

Contact at STUN Studio, Z-Arts
Theatre 16–27 October 2018, from £6.00

CONTACT at STUN Studio, Z-Arts

Families 5 May–28 October 2018, from £Quarry Bank admission prices apply (free for National Trust members)

Journeys of the Imagination at Quarry Bank

Native: Manchester at PAPER Gallery
Exhibitions 29 September–3 November 2018, FREE

Native: Manchester at PAPER Gallery

Windows of Displacement at HOME
Theatre 22 October–3 November 2018, from £12.50

Orbit Festival 2018 at HOME

URWOTUEAT, 2017 – John Powell Jones. Part of SUBI 수비 at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
Exhibitions 14 September–4 November 2018, FREE

SUBI 수비 at Castlefield Gallery

David Ogle: Land/Lines at HOME, Manchester
Exhibitions 7 September–4 November 2018, FREE

David Ogle: Land/Lines at HOME