HOME Manchester, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN – Visit Now
After around a year of national lockdown, HOME Manchester, the city’s leading multimedia and multi-purpose hub for the arts is reopening soon, with a few key changes to what we’ve been used to back in the pre-Covid days. The biggest announcement is of a huge new temporary outdoor venue, set to launch in May to provide a summer destination for people looking for low-risk enjoyment throughout summer as lockdown eases. This space will be based on First Street, just next to HOME, and will cater for lovers of theatre, food, drink, shows, music, cabaret, and comedy.
HOME is one of the city’s crown jewels when it comes to culture
More generally, HOME, Manchester’s £25m cross-arts venue, is one of the city’s crown jewels when it comes to culture. With no less than two theatres, five cinema screens, a large gallery, bar, cafe bar and bookshop, HOME Manchester is something of a destination venue in the city. Shaped like a wider, shinier version of its predecessor, Cornerhouse, and based down the road at the heart of a wide-open plaza, HOME may not be the biggest of venues, but its programme of art, theatre and film stands out as highly innovative, challenging and unique.
When the first few parts of HOME begin to reopen, it’s worth stating that HOME’s first floor café bar is highly recommended: with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options, they do a mean line in pizzas, as well as classic mains, burgers and sandwiches, brunch, and Sunday roasts. It’s spacious yet cosy, with dark wooden tables, low slung lamps and a huge HOME sign, in case you forget you aren’t, in fact, at your own.
For more information about the upcoming reopening plans, including exhibitions, events and more, visit the venue’s website at the link below.
Services and FacilitiesWe’ve got three great spaces for food and drink. The ground floor bar includes an outdoor seating area for all those sunny Manchester days. The first floor restaurant offers a diverse menu including salads, pizzas and brunch options, as well as substantial mains. There’s a small bar area on the third floor where you can grab a drink before a film. -
AccessibilityOur Box Office and Bookshop are fully accessible and are situated in the foyer. The cinema screens are situated on the top floor and are fully accessible via the lift, with wheelchair access in every screen. The café and bar areas on each floor of the building are fully accessible. The gallery is on the ground floor and is fully accessible. Accessible toilets are available on each floor. Wheelchair spaces are available in the middle and rear stalls of Theatre 1 and can be booked via the website or through the box office on 0161 200 1500. HOME offer audio described, captioned, BSL and relaxed perofmances
Commercial and hire servicesHOME offers a unique combination of high quality meeting spaces, exciting cultural experiences and a great atmosphere making it an inspiring location for a wide range of events. Five cinema spaces, two theatre spaces, 500m2 gallery space, a contemporary function room, outdoor terrace plus bespoke, seasonal and locally sourced catering facilities make HOME the creative choice for mid-size conferences, corporate events, receptions and parties. Convenient for Metrolink services and all major road, rail and air connections, HOME is next door to 4*, 208-bed hotel INNSIDE, new restaurants and café’s and a 700 space car park and within close walking distance of several of Manchester’s other top-rated hotels. To find out more about the spaces at HOME please contact Pat Raikes on 0161 212 3436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org