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HOME is showing films based on ‘unfilmable’ novels – with American...

We often see popular movies based on books. But what about those novels that just seem impossible to turn into a film? For its new...

Where to watch Oscar nominated films in Manchester before the awards...

The Oscar nominations were announced this week, ahead of the Academy Awards ceremony on 9th February. Many of the films are either already on...

New community art exhibition will show work from over 500 Greater...

From mid-January, the HOME Gallery walls on First Street will be filled with work from over 500 Greater Manchester residents. The Manchester Open Exhibition is...

7 Manchester New Year resolutions you’ll actually want to keep

For some people, 1st January is just another date in the calendar. To others, it marks a chance to turn the page on old...

Mimi and The Mountain Dragon: the new BBC Christmas animation made...

Following the excitement and pressure of Christmas Day, Boxing Day can provide much-needed respite, a chance to settle down on the sofa and watch...

The Manchester Project at Christmas review: don’t miss this festive treat

With so many festive shows to choose from, you could easily bypass The Manchester Project at Christmas. But anyone who saw the original Manchester Project...

Where to watch Christmas movies in Manchester over the festive season

Ho, ho, ho! From Home Alone to The Holiday, there's a veritable Santa's sackful of Christmas treats screening in Manchester this Christmas. In addition to...

Bee movie: why these Manchester cinema staff have trained to become...

Up on the roof at arts centre HOME on First Street, there are two urban beehives. Named Aldrin and Lightyear following an audience vote,...

A mini boutique cinema inspired by New York has opened in...

Newly opened Ducie Street Warehouse, the latest of the city’s heritage buildings to take on a new purpose, houses three independent businesses: a design...

Review: Malory Towers at HOME

Malory Towers is a much-loved series of books by Enid Blyton published from 1946 – 1951, set in a grand boarding school in Cornwall...

Review: Red Dust Road at HOME

Poet, writer, and Chancellor of the University of Salford Jackie Kay has had an interesting life. She grew up in Scotland as the adopted mixed-race...

FilmFear: six days of horror film previews and cult classics this...

Halloween just isn't Halloween without scary movies. And luckily, the good people at HOME are serving up a platter of terrifying treats for their...

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