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  • 1st Birthday Weekend A celebration of new art, theatre, film, music & more for the whole family . Fri 20 – Sun 22 May 2016

  • THANK YOU PLAN YOUR WEEKEND

    Art / Designs for Living Granada Foundation Galleries Floor 1 & 2

    From 11:00 P2

    Art / Imitation of Life Gallery From 12:00 P2

    Art & Music / Najia Bagi & Guests: What would Billie do? Round the building 18:30 P2

    Book Launch / Fear Eats the Soul Gallery 19:00 P2

    Theatre Double Bill / Eggs Collective: Late Night Love & Liz Richardson: Gutted Theatre 2 19:45 P2

    Art & Performance / Larry Achiampong & David Blandy: Media Minerals Gallery 20:00 P2

    Party / Greg Thorpe & Tim Irving Ground Floor Bar 20:30 till late P2

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    Young people’s workshop / Making autobiographic theatre with the Conker Group

    The Weston Room 10:30 – 12:30 P3

    Art / Designs for Living Granada Foundation Galleries Floor 1 & 2

    From 11:00 P3

    Workshop / Sculpture Workshop with Nicola Dale Event Space 11:30 – 12:30 P3

    Art / Imitation of Life Gallery From 12:00 P3

    Party / The Rooftop Festival, food, vinyl DJs, acoustic music and performances

    Floor 2 From 12:30 P3

    Art / Staircase sculpture Throughout the building 12:30 – 18:00 P3

    Theatre Double Bill / Eggs Collective: Late Night Love & Liz Richardson: Gutted Theatre 2 19:45 P3

    Film Preview / When Marnie Was There Cinema 1 20:00 – 22:00 P3

    Party / Big Band Performance First Floor 22:15 P3

    Party / Music & DJs Ground Floor Bar 22:30 till late P3

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    Party / Music, family fun & more Throughout the building From 11:00 P4

    Art / Designs for Living Granada Foundation Galleries Floor 1 & 2

    From 11:00 P4

    Family Film Screening / E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Cinema 1 11:30 P4

    Art / Imitation of Life Gallery From 12:00 P4

    Family Theatre / At the End of Everything Else Theatre 2 12:00 & 14:00 P4

    Family / Puppetry workshop presented by Joseph Richardson Event Space 12:30 – 16:30 P4

    Family Theatre / The Butterfly’s Adventure Meet at Box Office 14:30 & 15:40 P4

    Party / Happy Birthday HOME! Ground Floor 17:00 P4

    Dr Bishop’s Big Birthday Quiz Ground Floor Bar 19:00 – 21:00 P4

    Film / Queer as Yolk Cinema 2 20:00 P4

    Party /Jason’s Vinyl Jukebox Ground Floor Bar 20:00 till late P4

    For a fantastic first year of discovering, talking, creating, thinking, eating, watching, drinking, debating, reading, dancing, challenging, learning, supporting and being with us at HOME.

    WHY NOT MAKE A WEEKEND OF IT? If you’re coming from a bit further afield, or just fancy being right on our doorstep for the Birthday Weekend celebrations, why not book a room with our great next-door neighbours INNSIDE by Melia, Manchester. Call 0161 200 2500 for more information.

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    AY DESIGNS FOR LIVING: CLAIRE DORSETT AND CHERRY TENNESON

    IMITATION OF LIFE: MELODRAMA AND RACE IN THE 21ST CENTURY

    NAJIA BAJI & GUESTS: WHAT WOULD BILLIE DO?

    Conker Group, Eggs Collective & HOME present THEATRE DOUBLE BILL/ GUTTED & LATE NIGHT LOVE

    DJS IN THE BAR

    BOOK LAUNCH/ FEAR EATS THE SOUL

    Claire Dorsett presents a series of new paintings on building materials, challenging what a painting is or could be. Cherry Tenneson presents a new series of drawings and paintings that function as interventional diagrams and signs throughout the public areas of HOME.

    Inspired by the 1959 film of the same name, this exhibition considers the context of racial politics over the last fifteen years in the US and Europe. Including a new commission from Sophia Al-Maria and work from Michael Armitage, Kevin Beasley, Loulou Cherinet, Loretta Fahrenholz, Tony Lewis, Jayson Musson, Jacolby Satterwhite, Lauren Halsey, Jordan Casteel and Martine Syms. Curated by Omar Kholeif and Sarah Perks.

    Experience  songs of love, loss and letting go, inspired by stories collected from HOME visitors by Najia Baji. Follow Najia, Rioghnach Connolly (Honeyfeet, The Breath) and Lis Murphy (The Glow) as they weave their musical performance through the building.

    GUTTED Liz has got an embarrassing problem and these Activia yogurts aren’t doing much. Her body’s acting up. In a bold new show produced as part of HOME’s opening studio season, The Conker Group and HOME present this shameless tale of love, laughter and lavatories.  Inviting you on a journey of frank confessions, colourful characters and too much brown sauce, Gutted is based on solo performer Liz Richardson’s real life experiences as a twenty-something living with Ulcerative Colitis (similar to Crohn’s). Co-produced by The Conker Group and HOME. Supported by The Wellcome Trust People’s Award, IA: The Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Support Group, and Arts Council England.

    LATE NIGHT LOVE Somewhere in the static between radio stations, Eggs Collective present Late Night Love. Inspired by the confessional radio show of the same name, this tender and ridiculous show will clamber up your drainpipe with a rose between its teeth, ready to wrangle with the reality of romance and unpick the promise of power ballads.

    Join us for the launch  of our new publication,  Fear Eats the Soul. Looking at how racial politics are performed in an evolving post-digital twenty-first century,  Fear Eats the Soul  is a tapestry of thoughts, concerns and emotions. Illustrated throughout, it contains contributions from Jackie Kay, Jacolby Satterwhite, Martine Syms, Monica B. Pearl, Omar Kholeif, Pamella Dlungwana, Sarah Perks, Sophia Al-Maria, Zach Blas, Zachary Cahill. The event will include readings from the book and refreshments, as well as an opportunity to buy at a discounted price.

    Imitation of Life, Ditch Plains, Loretta Fahrenholz

    Gutted & Late Night Love

    Najia Baji

    Designs for Living: Claire Dorsett and Cherry Tenneson

    From 11:00 Free, drop in

    From 12:00 Free, drop in

    18:30 Free, drop in

    19:45 Tickets £12 (conc. available)

    20:30 till late Free, drop in

    19:00 Free, drop in LARRY ACHIAMPONG AND

    DAVID BLANDY: MEDIA MINERALS

    In Media Minerals artists Larry  Achiampong and David Blandy present a spoken-word lecture remixing sound and lyrics as a means of researching the post colonial, and its relationship to today’s globalised media and technologies.

    Greg Thorpe and Tim Irving ease us into the birthday weekend with party classics and late night beats.

    20:00 Free, drop in

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    DESIGNS FOR LIVING: CLAIRE DORSETT AND CHERRY TENNESON

    DJS IN THE BAR

    BIG BAND PERFORMANCE

    FILM PREVIEW/ WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE

    YOUNG PEOPLE’S WORKSHOP/ MAKING AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL THEATRE

    SCULPTURE WORKSHOP

    STAIRCASE SCULPTURE

    See page 2 for description.

    More party classics from local DJs on the ground floor. See page 2 for description.

    The final release from legendary Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli before its hiatus, by the director of Arrietty, is a suitably nostalgic and overwhelmingly moving story, as well as another superb artistic achievement. Anna, a young girl and keen artist, is sent to live with relatives on the coast to recover from an illness. Out walking one day, she meets and befriends Marnie, who lives in an old mansion. With all the gentle, highly imaginative narrative complexity and visual grace that’s made the studio’s reputation, this is a beautiful, elegiac drama and  a fitting tribute to Ghibli’s filmography.

    Dir Hiromasa Yonebayashi

    As part of the birthday celebrations, The Conker Group are offering a hands-on workshop to young creatives aged 15-25 inspired by upcoming HOME co-production  Gutted. Gutted is a  shameless tale of love, laughter and lavatories,  based on performer Liz Richardson’s real life experience of living with Ulcerative  Colitis (similar to Crohn’s Disease).  But if this sounds heavy, DO NOT FEAR! The show’s main aim is to get people laughing whilst thinking about the things  we avoid talking about and why we avoid talking about them.  Fun is high on the agenda for this workshop! A one-off chance to learn from the show’s creators Liz, and director/ writer Tara Robinson, the workshop will mix improvisation, discussion and play.

    HOME’s birthday weekend Artist in Residence, Nicola Dale, will introduce you to the techniques she’s going to be using to create our Birthday staircase sculpture.

    Artist Nicola Dale will be in residence all weekend creating a spectacular sculpture that will cascade down HOME’s feature staircase. Come along and help her to create it!

    Conker Group, Eggs Collective & HOME present THEATRE DOUBLE BILL/ GUTTED & LATE NIGHT LOVE

    From 11:00 Free, drop in

    22:30 till late Free, drop in

    22:15 Free, drop in

    19:45 Tickets £12 - £10

    20:00 Tickets £9 (conc. available)

    10:30 – 12:30 Tickets £5 (includes performance ticket) Strictly limited to 15 places

    11:30 – 12:30 Free, drop in

    12:30 – 18:00 Free, drop in

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