IN PICTURES: Why There’s No Place Like HOME

Photos of Manchester’s brand new centre for art, theatre, film and books...
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Just in case you haven’t had a chance to visit HOME, Manchester’s brand spanking new centre for international contemporary art, theatre, film and books, this is what you’re missing.

It was designed by Dutch architects Mecanoo and features a 450-seat theatre, a 150-seat flexible theatre, a 500m2, 4m high gallery space, five cinema screens, digital production and broadcast facilities and a café bar and restaurant.

HOME is expected to receive 500,000 visits per year-28,000 people attended HOME’s opening weekend alone, adding significantly to the revenue contributed by Manchester’s cultural venues to the local and regional economy.

Photos courtesy @paulkaralius | www.paulkaralius.com

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