and the MANTIS system with up to 55 speakers surround
a fully-configurable Theatre Space
iPad Installation & Carousel video Room
Hub Day with Digital Creativity Entrepreneurs
Hub Day with Demos and Talks
Since it opened in 2003, the Centre has contributed to the cultural life of students, staff, alumni and the wider community. It hosts new and emerging artists, as well as more established, internationally renowned figures. The Centre offers a varied programme of arts events, many of which are free, in order to educate, stimulate and engage audiences, as well as provide memorable and inspirational experiences. Events are open to the public and include concerts, theatre productions, literature and spoken word events, seminars and lectures.
The John Thaw Studio Theatre is an extremely flexible and fully equipped performance space, and seats approximately 100 people. The space can be adapted to suit a wide variety of theatre presentations, including theatrical productions, experimental performance and music theatre.
HOME is a centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film in Manchester that opened on 24 April 2015 as part of the First Street development. HOME was formed by the merger of two Manchester-based arts organisations, Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company. The project was funded by Manchester City Council, Arts Council England and the Garfield Weston Foundation. HOME operates under a service contract with Manchester council stating that HOME will provide social benefit to the community.
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