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NEW RELEASES
VICTORIA (15)

PAPUSZA (CTBA)

IONA (15)

DHEEPAN (15)

I AM BELFAST (15)

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (12A)

COUPLE IN A HOLE (15)

From Fri 1 Apr

From Fri 1 Apr

From Fri 1 Apr

From Fri 8 Apr

From Fri 8 Apr

From Fri 8 Apr

From Fri 8 Apr

Dir Sebastian Schipper/DE 2015/138 mins/


English, German and Spanish with partial EngST
Laia Costa, Frederick Lau, Franz Rogowski

Dirs Joanna Kos-Krauze, Krzysztof Krauze/PL


2013/131 mins/Polish wEng ST
Jowita Budnik, Zbigniew Walerys, Antoni Pawlicki

Dir Scott Graham/GB 2015/85mins


Ruth Negga, Douglas Henshall, Tom Brooke,

Dir Mark Cousins/GB 2015/84 mins

Dir Jeff Nichols/US 2016/112 mins


Michael Shannon, Adam Driver, Kirsten Dunst,
Joel Edgerton

Dir Tom Geens/GB BE FR 2015/105 mins/English


and French with partial EngST
Paul Higgins, Kate Dickie, Jrme Kircher

Victoria, a young Spanish woman, dances


through the Berlin scene with abandon.
Over the course of one breathless night,
she meets four outsiders and as the night
progresses finds herself assigned the role
of driver in a dodgy business transaction
that spirals out of control.

Based on the true story of the Roma


poet Bronisawa Wajs, Papusza follows
her life from birth to old age. With
beautiful monochrome photography,
Papusza gives insight into the Roma
way of life, soon to be swept away by
WWII and the following communist
regime.

Dir Jacques Audiard/FR 2015/115 mins/Tamil,


French and English with partial EngST
Jesuthasan Antonythasan, Kalieaswari
Srinivasan, Claudine Vinasithamby

An intimately human sci-fi thriller,


Midnight Special follows a father who
goes on the run to protect his son and
uncover the truth behind his special
powers. Director Jeff Nichols (Mud,
Take Shelter) delivers perhaps his most
impressive and unexpected offering yet.

After their isolated house is destroyed


by a wildfire, John and Karen take
refuge in the nearby forest and eke out
a feral existence, staying away from
the villagers in the valley below. As the
couples backstory unfolds, the reasons
for their self-imposed isolation and their
deep grief become apparent.

A young woman and her teenage son


flee Glasgow seeking refuge from a
violent crime. They travel overnight to
the isle of Iona after which she is named,
and attempt to live among the religious
community she left behind. Featuring a
stand out performance from Ruth Negga,
Iona is a powerful and affecting work.
+ THE LAUGHING KING (15)

Deserved winner of the Palme dOr at


the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, this
powerful drama from director Jacques
Audiard follows a former Tamil Tiger
soldier as he flees from the aftermath of
the Sri Lankan civil war to begin a new
life in a Parisian suburb.

Celebrated cinephile Mark Cousins writes


and directs this dreamlike evocation of
Belfast, beautifully shot by Christopher
Doyle. Go on an emotional journey
through the history of the Northern Irish
capital and explore the poetic beauty of
this controversial but inspiring city.
Event/ We are pleased to welcome
director Mark Cousins for a postscreening Q&A on Fri 8 Apr, 20:30.

OUR LITTLE SISTER (PG)


(UMIMACHI DIARY)
From Fri 15 Apr
Dir Kore-eda Hirokazu/JP 2016/128 mins/
Japanese wEng ST
Ayase Haruka, Nagasawa Masami, Kaho

Three sisters live together in a large


house in the city of Kamakura. When
their absent father dies, they go to
the countryside for his funeral, and
meet their shy teenage half-sister. She
eagerly agrees to live with them, and a
new life of joyful discovery begins for
the four siblings...

Screens with evening shows of Iona.


Dir Lindy Heymann/GB 2015/15 mins

ARABIAN NIGHTS TRILOGY

Sat 2 Apr, 20:20


Event/ This special preview will be
screened from a 35mm print and will be
preceded by the directors short film With
A Little Patience.
HARMONIEBAND PRESENTS
UNDERGROUND + LIVE MUSICAL
ACCOMPANIMENT (PG)
Sun 3 Apr, 13:00
Dir Anthony Asquith/GB 1928/93 mins/ Silent
Elissa Landi, Brian Aherne, Norah Baring, Cyril McLaglen

Anthony Asquiths 1928 silent classic


presented with a new score by Paul
Robinson performed by HarmonieBand.
Bert, an electrician, and Bill, a London
Underground porter both fall in love with
shop worker Nell. But when Nell chooses
Bill, Bert resorts to devious tactics.
THEORY OF OBSCURITY: A FILM
ABOUT THE RESIDENTS (15)

THE BRAND NEW TESTAMENT (15)


(LE TOUT NOUVEAU TESTAMENT)

EISENSTEIN IN GUANAJUATO (15)

From Fri 15 Apr

Dir Peter Greenaway/NL BE MX FR 2015/105


mins/English and Spanish with partial EngST
Elmer Bck, Luis Alberti, Cristina Velasco Lozano

Dir Jaco Van Dormae/FR BE LU 2015/113 mins/


French wEng ST
Benot Poelvoorde, Pili Groyne, Catherine Deneuve

What if God were an angry family man


from Brussels? What if he sat at his
computer, dreaming up commandments to
amuse himself? And what if his daughter
decided to change the rules and write a
brand New Testament? This gloriously
imaginative comedy, answers these
questions with funny twists on religion
and society.

From Fri 15 Apr

In 1931, Sergei Eisenstein travels to


Mexico to shoot a new film to be titled
Que Viva Mexico. Freshly rejected by
Hollywood and under increasing pressure
to return to Russia, he arrives at the city
of Guanajuato. A major return to form for
iconic British director Peter Greenaway.

MILES AHEAD (15)


Director Miguel Gomess (Tabu ) breathtaking trilogy of tales channel the current struggles of economically depressed
Portugal through an assortment of tales and is perhaps the years most ambitious cinematic project.
VOLUME 1
THE RESTLESS ONE (CTBA)
(AS MIL E UMA NOITES:
VOLUME 1, O INQUIETO)

VOLUME 2
THE DESOLATE ONE (CTBA)
(AS MIL E UMA NOITES:
VOLUME 2, O DESOLADO)

VOLUME 3
THE ENCHANTED ONE (CTBA)
(AS MIL E UMA NOITES:
VOLUME 3, O ENCANTADO)

From Fri 22 Apr

From Fri 29 Apr

From Fri 6 May

Dir Miguel Gomes/PT FR DE CH 2015/131 mins/


Portuguese, French, English, German and
Mandarin with partial EngST
Crista Alfaiate, Joo Pedro Bnard, Margarida
Carpinteiro

Dir Miguel Gomes/PT FR DE CH 2015/125 mins/


Portuguese, French, English, German and
Mandarin with partial EngST
Crista Alfaiate, Bernardo Alves, Chico Chapas

Dir Miguel Gomes/PT FR DE CH 2015/125 mins/


Portuguese, French, English, German and
Mandarin with partial EngST
Miguel Gomes, Carloto Cotta, Rogrio Samora

SON OF SAUL (15)

MAPPLETHORPE: LOOK AT THE


PICTURES (18)

Tue 26 Apr, 18:20


Theory of Obscurity tells the story
of the renegade sound and video
collective known as The Residents.
Many details surrounding the group
are secret, including the identities of
its members. The film takes viewers
inside this incredibly private group with
unprecedented access to their archives
and their recent 40th anniversary tour.

From Fri 22 Apr

From Fri 29 Apr

Dir Don Cheadle/US 2015/100 mins


Don Cheadle, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Ewan McGregor

Dir Lszl Nemes/HU 2015/107 mins/German,


Hungarian, Polish and Yiddish wEng ST
Gza Rhrig, Levente Molnr, Mtys Erdly

From Fri 29 Apr

October 1944, Auschwitz-Birkenau.


Saul is a Hungarian member of the
Sonderkommando, the Jewish prisoners
forced to assist the Nazis in large-scale
extermination. When a boy Saul takes
to be his son is killed, Saul becomes
desperate to provide the boy a proper
burial. An extraordinary Oscar-winning
debut from Lszl Nemes.

The only thing more outrageous than


Robert Mapplethorpes photographs was
his life. Intimate revelations from family,
friends and lovers are topped only by
Mapplethorpes candor in a series of
rediscovered interviews impressively
assembled by directors Bailey and
Barbato.

Inspired by Miles Daviss life, this is a


wildly entertaining, no-holds-barred
portrait of one of twentieth-century
musics creative geniuses. Oscarnominated actor Don Cheadle (co-writer,
director, and lead actor) captures the
musical legend through an impressively
orchestrated use of images and sounds.

Dirs Randy Barbato,Fenton Bailey/US DE


2015/108 mins

Dir Don Hardy Jr./US AT DE NL 2015/87 mins

PREVIEW SCREENING SAT 21 MAY


David Vaughan: Black On Canvas, 2014

DAVID VAUGHAN: BLACK ON


CANVAS (CTBA)
THE SKY TREMBLES AND THE
EARTH IS AFRAID AND THE TWO
EYES ARE NOT BROTHERS (CTBA)
From Fri 6 May
Dir Ben Rivers/GB 2015/100 mins/English, Arabic,
Spanish and French with partial EngST
Oliver Laxe

The latest project from Ben Rivers


(Two Years at Sea) is a labyrinthine
and epic work that moves between
documentary, fantasy and fable. Shot
in 16mm cinemascope, the film captures
the staggering beauty of the Moroccan
landscape, from the Atlas Mountains to
the stark Moroccan Sahara.

MUSTANG (15)

GREEN ROOM (18)

SUBURRA (CTBA)

HEART OF A DOG (CTBA)

SING STREET (12A)

LOVE & FRIENDSHIP (U)

REMAINDER (15)

From Fri 13 May

From Fri 13 May

From Fri 20 May

From Fri 20 May

From Fri 20 May

From Fri 27 May

From Fri 27 May

Dir Deniz Gamze Ergven/FR DE QA TU 2015/94


mins/Turkish wEng ST/97 mins
Gnes Nezihe Sensoy, Doga Zeynep Doguslu, Elit Iscan

Dir Jeremy Saulnier/US 2015/95 mins


Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat, Callum Turner

Dir Stefano Sollima/IT FR 2015/130 mins/Italian,


Romany and English with partial EngST
Greta Scarano, Pierfrancesco Favino, JeanHugues Anglade

Dir Laurie Anderson/FR US 2015/75 mins

Dir John Carney/IE GB US 2016/106 mins

2011 marked a watershed in the life of


artist and musician Laurie Anderson. Her
beloved dog Lolabelle passed away. Not
long after that she also lost her mother,
to be followed less than two years later
by Lou Reed. Anderson transformed
the mourning process into a film which
explores past personal recollections and
major topics such as love, life and death.

Ferdia Walsh-Peelo, Aidan Gillen, Maria Doyle Kennedy

Dir Whit Stillman/FR IE NL 2015/94 mins


Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, Xavier Samuel

Dir Omer Fast/GB DE 2015/97 mins


Tom Sturridge, Cush Jumbo, Ed Speleers

A free adaptation of Jane Austens


novella Lady Susan, Love & Friendship is a
cheerfully venomous satire from American
auteur Whit Stillman.

Israeli video artist Omer Fasts first


feature-length film is an adaptation of
the debut novel by Tom McCarthy. The
result is a brutal, somnambulistic game
of deception involving truth and dreams.

In a village in the north of Turkey, Lale


and her four sisters are home from
school, playing innocently with boys. The
supposed debauchery of their games
causes a scandal with unintended
consequences. Mustang is an urgent,
topical and potent work that is especially
recommended for teenage female viewers.

FILM SEASONS
CRIME: Hong
Kong Style
.

Until Thu 7 Apr


Our explosive season of crime films from
Hong Kong finishes with Dante Lams That
Demon Within and the Sandra Ng starring
Portland Street Blues. Full details can be
found at homemcr.org/hk-crime
That Demon Within, 2014

Incidents of
Travel in the
Multiverse
.

Until Fri 8 Apr


To complement AL and ALs new
exhibition (until Sun 10 Apr), we present
a series of films, chosen in collaboration
with the artists themselves, that explore
notions of space, time and reality.
DOUBLE BILL/ LA JETE + SANS
SOLEIL (15)
Fri 8 Apr, 18:00
LA JETE

Dir Chris Marker/FR 1962/28 mins/French wEng ST


tienne Becker, Jean Ngroni, Hlne Chatelain

SANS SOLEIL
THAT DEMON WITHIN (18)
Fri 1 Apr, 18:10
Dir Dante Lam/2014 HK CN/111 mins
Daniel Wu, Nick Cheung, Andy On

Event/ This screening is introduced by


Andy Willis, season curator and Reader
in Film Studies at the University of Salford.
PORTLAND STREET BLUES (18)
Thu 7 Apr, 18:10
Dir Yip Wai-man/1998 HK/114 mins
Sandra Ng, Kristy Yang, Alex Fong

Event/ This screening is introduced by


Sarah Perks, Artistic Director: Visual Art
at HOME.

Dir Chris Marker/FR 1983/103 mins/French


wEng ST

Marker is the master and this double


bill showcases his best-known works.
The former is one of the most influential
science-fiction films of all time, acclaimed
for its radical narrative incorporating
still photographs. The latter is a similarly
complex journey into time and memory, a
free-form, associative travelogue roaming
from Africa to Japan.

After a series of failed gigs, the punk


band The Aint Rights gets an offer to
play in the forests of Oregon. The show
is for a bunch of neo-Nazis, but it pays
well. However, once they reach the site of
the irate skinheads everything that could
possibly go wrong, goes wrong.

Based on the novel of the same name,


co-written by Italian journalist Carlo
Bonino and crime writer Giancarlo De
Cataldo, Suburra is an atmospheric, fastpaced thriller driven by visual verve and a
portrait of imminent collapse. A bravura,
intoxicating work.

I Am Belfast
.

Imitation of Life
.

TANGERINE (15)
Mon 13 Jun 18:30

from fri 8 apr

Sat 30 apr
wed 6 jul

Its Christmas Eve in Tinseltown and


Sin-Dee is back on the block. Upon
hearing that her pimp boyfriend hasnt
been faithful during the 28 days she
was locked up, the working girl and
her best friend, Alexandra, embark on
a mission to get to the bottom of the
scandalous rumour.

Mark Cousins I Am Belfast inspires


engagement with city, space and identity.
HOMEs season of contexutalising events
is made possible by Film Hub NI with the
support of the BFI, awarding funds from
the National Lottery.
I AM BELFAST (15) + Q&A
From Fri 8 Apr, 20:30
Dir Mark Cousins/GB 2015/84 mins

See new releases section.


Event/ We are pleased to welcome
director Mark Cousins for a post-screening
Q&A on Fri 8 Apr, 20:30.
POETRY READING: GEARID MAC
LOCHLAINN
Sun 10 Apr, 16:00
HOME welcomes Belfast-based poet
Gearid Mac Lochlainn for a bilingual
Irish and English reading of his poems.
A CITY SPEAKS (CTBA) + INTRO
Tue 12 Apr, 18:30
Dir Paul Rotha/GB 1947/65 mins

Urban utopia beckons in this idealistic


vision of post-war Manchester fascinating to revisit as Northern
Powerhouses and city devolution return
to the agenda. Sponsored by the city
council, its very ambitious for a local
government film.
Event/ This film will be introduced by
CP Lee, local historian, popular culture
commentator, author and musician.

We present a programme of films


alongside our new group exhibition,
Imitation of Life (Sat 30 Apr Sun 3 Jul)
all of which respond to the themes in
Douglas Sirks 1959 melodrama.
IMITATION OF LIFE (12A)
Sat 30 Apr, 20:20

Dir Sean Baker/US 2015/88 mins


Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, Mya Taylor, Karren
Karagulian

Fear Eats The Soul, 1974

Dir Douglas Sirk/US 1959/125 mins


Lana Turner, John Gavin, Sandra Dee

FAR FROM HEAVEN (12A)


Thu 26 May, 18:10
Dir Todd Haynes/US 2002/107 mins
Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Dennis Haysbert

The Whitakers are the very picture of a


happy and successful suburban family.
Then one night, Cathy discovers her
husbands secret life and her tidy, insular
world starts spinning out of control.
Reuniting with Moore, director Todd
Haynes constructs a handsome homage
to Douglas Sirk.

WHIT WEEKENDER
Fri 3 Sun 5 Jun
We celebrate Stillmans work with our
Whit Weekender featuring The Last
Days of Disco, Damsels in Distress and
Barcelona.

Pilot Light
TV Festival:
Season 1
.
Thu 5
Sun 8 May
Join Pilot Light TV festival for a totally
new communal TV experience. The fourday event will feature screenings and
panels based around the very best in TV
and web series.
Presented in association with Create
Festival with support from University of
Salford. pilotlightfestival.co.uk

Sirks last commercial feature is a peerless


melodrama which features numerous
overtures to the real life travails of its star,
Lana Turner.

Far From Heaven, 2002

John Carneys follow-up to Once is


another uplifting tale of escape through
the power of song. 1980s Dublin, as seen
through the eyes of 14-year-old Conor
who is looking for a break from a home
strained by his parents relationship and
money troubles. He finds a glimmer of
hope in the mysterious, beautiful Raphina.

Snuffbox, 2006

Dir Michael Cumming/GB 2006/150 mins


Matt Berry, Rich Fulcher, Richard Ayoade

A 10th Anniversary celebration of Matt


Berry and Rich Fulchers dark comedy
surrounding two hangmen and their
friendship, relationships and down right
mutual depravity.

Festival Highlights include:

HER STORY (CTBA)


Sat 7 May, 16:00

FEAR EATS THE SOUL (15)


(ANGST ESSEN SEELE AUF)
Sun 3, Tue 5 & Wed 6 Jul

NATHAN BARLEY + PANEL


DISCUSSION (18)
Fri 6 May, 20:00

Dir Michael Cumming/GB 2006/150 mins

Dir Rainer Werner Fassbinder/DE 1974/90 mins/


German wEng ST
Brigitte Mira, El Hedi ben Salem, Barbara Valentin

Dir Chris Morris/GB 2006/150 mins

Paying homage to the classic melodramas


of Douglas Sirk, in particular All That
Heaven Allows, Fear Eats the Soul is a
beautifully performed look at intolerance
and hypocrisy, and a key film for both
Fassbinder and the New German Cinema.

A retrospective screening and panel


discussing Chris Morris and Charlie
Brookers under-appreciated, scarily
prophetic satire about Nathan Barley; an
idiotic, pretentious vlogging media figure
living in East London.

The critically acclaimed web series


looking inside the dating lives of trans
and queer women as they navigate the
intersections of desire and identity.

Thu 28 Apr, 18:20


Dir Dean Brocklehurst /GB 2014/55 mins

David Vaughan: Black on Canvas pieces


together the life of a little known but
hugely influential British artist through
personal letters and journals recovered
from a household skip, years after his
death and follows the family as they
bid to hold an exhibition of his artwork
to mark what would have been his 70th
Birthday.

Richard III, 1995

RICHARD III + SATELLITE Q&A (15)


Thu 28 Apr, Doors 19:15,
Event begins 19:30
Dir Richard Loncraine/GB 1995/150 mins
Ian McKellen, Annette Bening, Jim Broadbent,
Robert Downey, Jr.

This special screening of Richard III will


start with a short documentary featuring
Ian McKellen visiting locations involved
in the film and the play, discussing the
process of adapting the play for the
screen and reflecting on his process as
an actor. The film will then screen from a
new 2k restoration and will be followed
by a post-film discussion between
Ian McKellen and Richard Loncraine,
broadcast live from the BFI Southbank.
Audience members will be invited to
submit questions for the discussion via
social media.

Wed 11 May, 18:00


In partnership with Sight & Sound, Artangel
and The Whitworth, HOME is delighted
to host a consideration of contemporary
Artist Film following this screening of Ben
Rivers latest feature. Chaired by Erika
Balsom, confirmed panellists include Ben
Rivers, Andrew Ktting, Professor Sarah
Perks, Gideon Koppel with more guests to
be announced.

This feature length documentary sees


Gilles Peterson, along with his old friend
Ade Egun Crispin Robinson, guide the
audience through rumbas continued
significance in Cuba, a country where
a carefully preserved past has long sat
side-by-side with innovation.

Dir Katrine Kjr/DK 2012/94 mins/ Danish and


English with partial EngST

This powerful documentary follows


the adoption of two young children
from Ethiopia into families in
Denmark, exploring the full picture of
international adoption.
Event/ Mercy Mercy will be accompanied
by a post-screening in conversation with
director Katrine Kjr and poet Lemn
Sissay.

POUTFest
.

HOME teams up with Peccadillo Pictures


to present a selection from the May
edition of POUTfest.
THE GIRL KING (CTBA)
Mon 9 May, 18:20
Dir Mika Kaurismki/ Sweden 2015/106 mins/
Swedish wEngST
Malin Buska, Michael Nyqvist, Sarah Gadon

An enigmatic young woman in conflict


- torn between reason and passion;
between her womans body and being
raised as a prince; between the ancient
and modern worlds and between the
brilliance of her educated mind and the
conservative forces around her.
HOLDING THE MAN (CTBA)
Mon 16 May, 18:00
Dir Neil Armfield/AU 2015/127 mins
Ryan Corr, Craig Stott, Kerry Fox, Guy Pearce

The course of teenage love rarely runs


smooth, but this is especially true when
youre secretly gay in an Aussie all-male
school in the 1970s and entranced by the
captain of the football team.

Sexuality
Summer School:
Love And Its
Others
.

CAROL (15)
Mon 23 May, 18:00

Mon 23
Wed 25 May

TALK/ LESBIAN REVERIE: CAROL AS


HISTORY AND FANTASY
Tue 24 May, 18:00
Professor Patricia White (Swarthmore
College, USA)
FREE, booking required

These public events at HOME


accompany the Sexuality Summer
School, a five-day postgraduate
workshop that brings together
scholars, artists and filmmakers to
facilitate dialogue on contemporary
interdisciplinary debates in the study
of sexuality which this year explores
the theme of Love and its Others.
Organised by the Centre for the Study
of Sexuality and Culture (CSSC) at the
University of Manchester and supported
by Manchester Pride, Screen, Contact
and HOME.
For more information or to
get on the mailing list, email
sexualitysummerschool@gmail.com,
look up Sexuality Summer School on
Facebook or tweet @SSS_Manchester.

Carol, 2013

Dir Todd Haynes/US GB 2013/118 mins


Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Sarah Paulson

Adapted from Patricia Highsmiths


best-selling novel The Price of Salt,
Carol is a powerful romance fuelled by
suspense, danger and the exhilaration
of forbidden love.

PREVIEW/ RE:ORIENTATIONS (CTBA) +


SHORT FILM AND Q&A
Wed 25 May, 18:00
Dir Richard Fung/US 2016/70 mins

In 1984 Richard Fung released his first


documentary, Orientations: Lesbian
and Gay Asians. This was the first
documentary on the experiences and
perspectives of diasporic queer Asians in
North America, and captured the texture
of gay life and politics in Toronto at that
time. Re:Orientations revisits seven of the
original participants as they encounter
the footage of their younger selves and
reflect on their lives over the intervening
three decades.
Event/ This screening will be accompanied
by the short film Sea in the Blood (Fung,
2000) and will be followed by a Q&A with
director Richard Fung, Professor Richard
Dyer (Kings College London) and Professor
Patricia White (Swarthmore College, USA).

Out1, 1971

OUT 1 (15)
(OUT 1, NOLI ME TANGERE)
Episodes 1 - 4 Sat 28 May, 13:00
Episodes 5 - 8 Sun 29 May, 13:00
Dir Jacques Rivette/FR 1971/775 mins/French
wEng ST
Juliet Berto, Jean-Pierre Laud, Michel Lonsdale,
Bulle Ogier

Dir Katharine Round/GB 2016/120 mins

Tue 10 May, 18:10

8.50 full / 6.50 concs

Dir Charlie Inman/GB 2015/78 mins

Sun 1 May, 15:50

MERCY MERCY - A PORTRAIT OF


A TRUE ADOPTION (CTBA) + IN
CONVERSATION
(MERCY MERCY - ADOPTIONENS
PRIS)

Fri 27 May, 19:00


One of the most exciting voices in
Caribbean fiction, Marlon James won
the 2015 Man Booker Prize with A Brief
History of Seven Killings. A fictional
account of the attempted assassination
of Bob Marley in 1976, A Brief History
is an ambitious and exhilarating
masterpiece that spans three decades.

Sun 15 May, 18:20

THE DIVIDE (15)

The Divide tells the story of seven


individuals striving for a better life in
modern day US and UK - where the top
0.1% owns as much wealth as the bottom
90%. By plotting these tales together, we
uncover how every aspect of our lives is
controlled by one factor: the size of the
gap between rich and poor.

MANCHESTER LITERATURE
FESTIVAL PRESENTS MARLON
JAMES

HAVANA CLUB RHUMBA SESSIONS:


LA CLAVE (18)

George Monbiot

IN CONVERSATION/
GEORGE MONBIOT
Tue 17 May, 18:30
George Monbiot will be in conversation
about his new book How Did We Get
into this Mess?, assessing the state we
are now in, looking at politics, inequality
and environmental crisis. In collaboration
with Verso Books.
THIS IS NOT A CARTOON:
PROGRAMME 5 (CTBA)
Wed 18 May, 18:20
This programme features even more
of our international animated festival
favourites, showcasing both the technical
brilliance and superb storytelling that
animation has to offer. This is fun, this is
drama, this is excitement, this is action
but remember, This Is Not A Cartoon.
Event/ We hope to be joined by one of
the filmmakers for a Q&A following the
screening.

Event/ We will be joined by director Dean


Brocklehurst and Sadie Frost for a postscreening Q&A.

Mon 9 &
Mon 16 May
SNUFFBOX 10TH ANNIVERSARY
(CTBA)
Sun 8 May, 12:45

THE SKY TREMBLES AND THE


EARTH IS AFRAID AND THE TWO
EYES ARE NOT BROTHERS + PANEL
DISCUSSION

PREVIEW/ SON OF SAUL + WITH A


LITTLE PATIENCE (15)

classics
Our popular ongoing programme brings
cinema classics to the big screen. Each
film screens 3 times throughout the
month, on a Sunday and Wednesday
afternoon and a Tuesday evening.
RUSSIAN ARK (U)
(RUSSKIY KOVCHEG)
Tue 5 Apr, 20:40
Wed 6 Apr, 13:00
Dir Aleksandr Sokurov/RU 2003/99 mins/Russian
wEng ST
Sergei Dreiden, Maria Kuznetsova, Leonid
Mozgovoy, Mikhail Piotrovsky

Sokurovs journey through 300 years of


Russian art and history was the first ever
feature to be shot in a single, unedited
take - the ultimate directors cut.
Magically transported to St Petersburgs
Hermitage museum in the early 1700s,
a contemporary filmmaker and a cynical
19th Century French diplomat become
accomplices in an extraordinary voyage
through Russias turbulent past to the
present day.
Please note, there are only two screenings
of this film.
SHOOTING STARS (PG)
Sun 17 Apr, 13:00
Tue 19 Apr, 20:30
Wed 20 Apr, 13:00
Dirs A. V. Bramble, Anthony Asquith/GB 1928/102 mins
Annette Benson, Brian Aherne, Donald Calthrop

Anthony Asquiths tale of stardom and


scandal on the studio floor of a 1920s
film set epitomises the style of the Jazz
Age, and is accompanied by a brand
new score by celebrated composer John
Altman (Hear My Song, Little Voice).

Out 1 is one of the crowning


achievements of the recently deceased
Rivettes remarkable career. Conceived
as a television mini-series, this nearthirteen-hour monolith consists of
eight feature-length episodes revolving
around two theatre troupes, blackmail
and conspiracy. Multiple characters
introduce multiple plotlines, weaving
a rich tapestry across an epic runtime.
Originally screened just the once in its
full-length version in 1971.
Full 10 single day, 18 Weekend
ticket
Concs / Members 8 single day,
15 Weekend ticket
THE NEW BLACK (18)
Tue 31 May, 18:30
Dir Yoruba Richen/US 2013/80 mins

Director Yoruba Richen adeptly


documents the story of an AfricanAmerican community grappling with
the issue of gay and civil rights in light
of the historic fight to win marriage
equality, and charts the evolution of
this divisive issue. This important
film contributes deeply to the highly
charged conversation taking place at
the intersection of race, sexuality and
political rights.

JOHNNY GUITAR (PG)


Sun 8 May, 13:00
Tue 10 May, 20:30
Wed 11 May, 13:00
Dir Nicholas Ray/US 1954/105 mins
Joan Crawford, Sterling Hayden, Mercedes
McCambridge

A lady saloon owner (Crawford) battles


a female rancher out to frame her for
murder by hiring a former gunslinger
(Hayden) in Rays bold, visionary western.
Experimenting with colour, stylised sets
and trading on operatic emotions, the
film is an effective anti-McCarthy attack
on mob psychology.
IVANS CHILDHOOD (12A)
Sun 22 May, 13:00
Tue 24 May, 20:20
Wed 25 May, 13:00
Dir Andrei Tarkovsky/Soviet Union 1962/95 mins/
Russian and German wEngST
Nikolay Burlyaev, Valentin Zubkov, Evgeniy
Zharikov

Tarkovskys debut feature is an


extraordinarily moving and powerful
story of war and revenge. Determined to
avenge his familys death at the hands
of the Nazis, 12 year-old Ivan joins a
Russian partisan regiment as a scout,
but, as his missions become increasingly
dangerous, it is decided that he must
be removed from the front line. Ivan
resists and convinces his commanding
officers to allow him to carry out one last
expedition.

ATRESBANDES, HOME and Festival


TNT present
ALL IN
Thu 14 Sat 16 Apr, 20:00
Tickets 12 - 10
This world premiere performance
from Barcelona-based company
ATRESBANDES takes a wild ride
through a series of vastly different,
seemingly unconnected worlds that
address the concept of totality and its
effect on the individual.

SPANISH & LATIN


AMERICAN
FESTIVAL
.

Mi Gran Noche, 2015

Thu 7
Sun 24 Apr
For its 22nd edition, Viva! returns with
a specially selected programme of the
most exciting film, theatre and visual
art from across the Spanish-speaking
world. We have two weeks of great
international performances, with
two brand new works commissioned
from Catalan theatre makers and a
showcase of work by Cuban awardwinning playwright Abel Gonzlez Melo.

Juntos y revueltos, 2015

The film programme includes no less


than five UK premieres, plus three sneak
previews of Spanish and Latin American
films set to hit the big screen in the UK
later this year. Delving into the archives,
weve also got four recent Argentinian
classics in our retrospective of the prolific
actor Ricardo Darn, in honour of his new
film Truman. And we also pay tribute to a
local heroine, the late Leonora Carrington,
a Lancashire-born surrealist artist who
made her home in Mexico, with an
introduced screening of the 1973 risqu
horror film The Mansion of Madness.
This year sees the return of our usual
array of filmmaker Q&As, introduced
screenings, a post-screening discussion, a
One Hour Intro, and the Caf Cervantes
language learners event.

Viva! Spanish and Latin American Festival


is presented with Instituto Cervantes
(Manchester) and the Office for Cultural
and Scientific Affairs, Embassy of Spain
in the United Kingdom with the support
of the BFI Festival Fund, awarding funds
from The National Lottery.
Don Quijote

For the full programme line up, go to


homemcr.org/viva-2016

ART

Fri 15 & Sat 16 Apr, 19:30


Tickets 12 - 10
An intimate production for a limited
audience, seated on our Theatre 1
stage right next to the action, this
version of Don Quijote also features a
secret guest performer in the title role.
APOLOGA /ANTOLOGA: VIDEO
ITINERARIES THROUGH THE
SPANISH CONTEXT
Fri 15 Apr, 18:00
The result of two years of research,
Apologa/Antologa (A/A) is an
online platform containing 250 freely
accessible works of experimental
moving image by Spanish artists and
filmmakers.
This screening will include a subtitled
presentation of a 30-minute
documentary, followed by a programme
of short films and a Q&A with Sarah
Perks, Artistic Director: Visual Art and
curator Anna Manubens.

The packed film programme features an


exciting line-up including UK premieres
from new and established directors
from across Spain and Latin America
with a focus on the face of Argentinian
cinema, Ricardo Darn.
Well also present video work from
leading contemporary Spanish artists
and filmmakers and we will stage
The Storming Reunion with a Latin
American party for everyone.

Emma Frankland, Keir Cooper and


Ultimo Comboio present
DON QUIJOTE

TRES INSTANTES DE UN GRITO


(THREE MOMENTS, A SCREAM)
Dir Cecilia Barriga/ 2013 / 95 mins
Derailed

Little Soldier and HOME present


PREVIEW/ DERAILED
Thu 7 Sat 9 Apr, 20:00
Tickets 12 - 10
Using elements of physical theatre,
storytelling, intimate confession and live
music, Derailed is about politics and rock &
roll. (Or maybe its just about rock & roll).

Sun 17 Apr, 13:30


A documentary journey following three
moments of public outrage. Born from
the fascination with spontaneous drift
of a global and outraged citizens,
which ultimately merges with the
desire and the strength of a cry against
capitalism: This system is going to
change!

theatre

Larry Achiampong, Glyph, 2013 - 14

CUBA NOW: ABEL GONZLEZ


MELO
As part of the prestigious 2016
World Stages project, we welcome
contemporary Cuban playwright,
Abel Gonzlez Melo, for a residency
at HOME.
Experience both Chamaco (Kiddo) and
Weathered for 11 (tickets must be
purchased together).
HOME presents
CHAMACO (KIDDO)
Scratch Performance
Directed by Walter Meierjohann
Translated by William Gregory

Thu 21 Sat 23 Apr, 19:30


Tickets 10
Christmas Eve in Havana. A knife fight
over a few pesos leads to a young
mans death. The city is shrouded
in darkness, its inhabitants juggling
illicit passions, unspoken pain and a
struggle for survival that forces them
to question their day-to-day lives in
contemporary Cuba.
Please note: this is a scratch
performance, which will be read by
actors with scripts in hand.
HOME presents
WEATHERED
Staged Reading
Translated by William Gregory
Sat 23 Apr, 11:30
Tickets 3
Join us for a staged reading of Abel
Gonzlez Melos latest play. Weathered
illuminates the reality of a broken
Cuba, a country divided between the
past and the present; the island and
exile.
THE STORMING REUNION
Sat 23 Apr, 17:15
Join us for an informal reunion where
well be screening Humberto Vlezs
film of Cornerhouse closing event The
Storming. Therell also be a little latin
beat tinged party for everyone in the
bar until late.

Analogue presents
STOWAWAY
By Hannah Barker and Lewis
Hetherington
Thu 5 Sat 7 May
Tickets 18 - 10
A Boeing 777 begins its descent towards
Heathrow. As the wheels unfold from the
belly of the plane, the frozen body of a
stowaway is tipped out. In a B&Q car
park below, Andy looks up. Something is
falling out of the sky. A man crash-lands
on the ground in front of him. Stowaway
is the story of an extraordinary journey in
search of an impossible future.
Twelfth Night

EXHIBITION/ AL AND AL: INCIDENTS


OF TRAVEL IN THE MULTIVERSE
Until Sun 10 Apr
Curated by Bren OCallaghan and
Sarah Perks
Main Gallery
Incidents of Travel in the Multiverse is a
visionary solo exhibition of film, drawing
and installation conceived from AL and
ALs epic sci-fi odyssey. The exhibition
is united by three journeys the artists
have undertaken with groundbreaking
scientists, reimagining the origins of
relativity theorem, artificial intelligence
and DNA.

HOME PROJECTS/ DESIGNS FOR


LIVING: CLAIRE DORSETT AND
CHERRY TENNESON
Until Sun 12 Jun
(In and around) Granada
Foundation Galleries
Claire Dorsett presents a series of
new paintings on building materials,
challenging what a painting is or
could be.

EXHIBITION/ IMITATION OF LIFE:


MELODRAMA AND RACE IN THE
21ST CENTURY
Sat 30 Apr Sun 3 Jul
Curated by Omar Kholeif and
Sarah Perks
Main Gallery
Inspired by the 1959 film of the same name,
this exhibition, like the film, is filled with
subtext and double meaning. Imitation of
Life considers the context of racial politics
over the last fifteen years in the US and
Europe, focusing on artists whose work uses
(melo)drama as a form of social, political
and institutional critique.

EVENT/ FEAR EATS THE SOUL


BOOK LAUNCH + LARRY
ACHIAMPONG AND DAVID
BLANDY: MEDIA MINERALS
Fri 20 May, 18:00
Main Gallery
FREE / See website for further
information
Join us for the book launch of Fear
Eats the Soul which accompanies our
Imitation of Life exhibition.

The exhibition includes 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.

Cherry Tenneson presents a new series


of drawings and paintings that function
as interventional diagrams and signs
throughout the public areas of HOME.

In Media Minerals artists Larry


Achiampong and David Blandy present
a spoken-word lecture by remixing
sound and lyrics as a means of
researching the post colonial, and its
relationship to todays globalised media
and technologies. The performance
draws on the conflict minerals that
power the new media devices we use
to communicate today most of which
derive from the Congo.

Filter Theatre presents


TWELFTH NIGHT

Into The Hoods: Remixed

ZooNation and Sadlers Wells present


INTO THE HOODS: REMIXED
Wed 6 Sat 9 Apr
Tickets 22.50 - 10
A newly revamped version of the
award-winning dance production that
stormed the West End in 2008, Into
the Hoods: Remixed brings all the wit
and charm of the original to the story
of two lost children from the Ruff Endz
Estate, tasked with finding an iPhone as
white as milk, trainers as pure as gold, a
hoodie as red as blood and a weave as
yellow as corn.
AN EVENING WITH ALEXEI SAYLE
Sun 10 Apr, 19.30
Tickets 10
This very special event marks the
publication of Alexei Sayles funny and
fascinating memoir, Thatcher Stole My
Trousers. It chronicles Alexeis arrival in
London as a Marxist art student and
on through his early experiences with
the Comedy Store, the Comic Strip, Top
of the Pops and beyond.

INTO THE HOODS: REMIXED


ACCESS PERFORMANCES
AUDIO DESCRIBED TOUCH TOUR
by Vocal Eyes on Fri 8 Apr, 18:00
AUDIO DESCRIBED
PERFORMANCE
by Vocal Eyes on Fri 8 Apr, 19:30
CAPTION SUBTITLED
PERFORMANCE
by Stephen Kelly on Sat 9 Apr,
19:30

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Sean Holmes
Wed 11 Sat 14 May
Tickets 23 - 10
Two worlds collide in Filter Theatres
explosive take on Shakespeares lyrical
Twelfth Night. This story of romance,
satire and mistaken identity is crafted
into one of the most exciting and
accessible Shakespeare productions of
recent years. Experience the madness of
love in this heady world where riotous
gig meets classic text.
TWELFTH NIGHT ACCESS
PERFORMANCES

NATIONAL THEATRE
CONNECTIONS 500
Thu 28 Sat 30 Apr
Tickets 5
Greater Manchesters youth theatres,
schools and colleges perform at HOME
in the National Theatres Connections
festival, celebrating young theatremakers. This year marks the festivals
21st anniversary, and 500 youth theatre
companies will perform 12 outstanding
plays. The result is an unforgettable
feast of theatre made by and for young
people.

AUDIO DESCRIBED TOUCH TOUR


by Minds Eye on Sat 14 May,
13:00
AUDIO DESCRIBED
PERFORMANCE
by Minds Eye on Sat 14 May,
14:00
BSL INTERPRETED
PERFORMANCE
by Janet Guest on Fri 13 May,
19:30
CAPTION SUBTITLED
PERFORMANCE
by John Reevell on Thu 12 May,
19:30

live
broadcasts
MET OPERA LIVE/ MADAME
BUTTERFLY

Sat 2 Apr, Doors - 17:40


Performance 17:55
Composer: Giacomo Puccini/Opera
in three acts/Sung in Italian/198
mins (including two intervals)
MET OPERA LIVE/ ROBERTO
DEVEREUX
Sat 16 Apr, Doors - 17:40
Performance 17:55
Composer: Gaetano Donizetti/
Opera in three acts/Sung in
Italian/185 mins (including two
intervals)
ROH LIVE/ LUCIA DI
LAMMERMOOR
Mon 25 Apr 2016, Doors - 19:00
Performance 19:15
Composer: Gaetano Donizetti/
Opera in three acts/Sung in
Italian/170 mins (including interval)
MET OPERA LIVE/ ELEKTRA
Sat 30 Apr, Doors - 17:40
Performance 17:55
Composer: Richard Strauss/Opera in
one act/Sung in German/105 mins
NT LIVE/ A VIEW FROM THE
BRIDGE ENCORE
Thu 12 May, Doors - 18:45
Performance 19:00, 150 mins (no
interval)

SAVE THE DATE/


BIRTHDAY
WEEKEND
Fri 20 Sun 22 May
Were turning 1! Join us to mark
our first birthday with a weekend
of celebrations filled with special
events, live music and fun for all
the family. Keep an eye out for
more details soon.

Conker Group, Eggs Collective & HOME


present
DOUBLE BILL/ GUTTED & LATE
NIGHT LOVE
Thu 19 Sat 21 May
Tickets 12 - 10
GUTTED
The Conker Group and Liz Richardson
bring you a shameless tale of love,
laughter and lavatories. Based on
Lizs real life experience of living with
Ulcerative Colitis, Gutted invites you on
a journey of frank confessions, colourful
characters and too much brown sauce.
Co-produced by The Conker Group and
HOME, supported by The Wellcome
Trust, IA 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.
On Sun 22 May, dont miss our free
premiere screening of Queer As Yolk:
Redux, Richard DeDomenici and Eggs
Collectives shot-for-shot remake of the
Mancunian classic, Queer as Folk.
Peeping Tom presents
32 RUE VANDENBRANDEN
Mon 23 Wed 25 May
Tickets 18 - 10
Cinematic set design and jaw-dropping
physicality combine to create an
unforgettable piece of dance theatre
from Belgian dance collective Peeping
Tom. Across a snow-covered landscape
under the wide, open sky, the people of
a small mountain community succumb to
their subconscious fears. Six performers
contort, bend, jerk and levitate in dizzying
scenes of hypnotic movement, all to an
unsettling soundtrack that includes music
by Bellini, Stravinsky and Pink Floyd.

families
Bring the family to your HOME from
home. This regular programme includes
exciting performances, wacky workshops
and alternative films for all the family
to enjoy on Sundays. Check our website
for details of up and coming events. We
recommended booking early to avoid
disappointment.
homemcr.org/families
Make, Mend and Do presents
THEATRE/ AT THE END OF
EVERYTHING ELSE
Sun 22 May, 12:00 & 14:00
40 mins
8 / 7 with BIG Family Card
holders
When her best friend, a little yellow bird
named Tito, goes missing, Icka puts her
inventive mind to the test and sets off on
a mission over land and sea to save him.
But nothing can prepare her for what she
finds - a problem that she is unable to fix
alone. With the use of pedal power, At
The End of Everything Else is a uniquely
carbon neutral work, full of puppetry,
animation and music where all the power
required is generated by the collective
energy of the team on stage.
Recommended for everyone aged 6+
Part of our Birthday Weekend celebrations

workshops Playreading
& courses
Filmed Up

FILM/ A CAT IN PARIS (ENGLISH


DUBBED) (PG)
(UNE VIE DE CHAT)

Image: Filmed Up by Kilogramme

Sun 24 Apr, 11:30


Dirs Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol/FR 2010/65 mins
Marcia Gay Harden, Steve Blum, Anjelica Huston

Dino is a cool cat. By day, he hangs


out with a little girl called Zoe, whose
mother is a police officer. By night, he
works with Nico, a jewellery thief with a
big heart. A jazzy film noir for children,
this is delightfully old school animation.
FILM/E.T. THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL (U)
Sun 22 May, 11:30
Dir Steven Spielberg/US 1982/115 mins
Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Robert
MacNaughton

Join us on a classic 80s childhood


adventure in Spielbergs much-loved family
sci-fi and see lonely young Elliott make a
friend for life in E.T. Please note a change
to the timing of our usual Family screening
this screening is part of our Birthday
Weekend.

big family card


Sign up for a free HOME BIG
Family Card and get special
price tickets for selected family
films and theatre performances,
plus exclusive offers on special
events and in our Caf Bar.
Visit homemcr.org/families for
more information.

This is HOME: Building Tours


Sat 30 Apr & Sat 28 May
11:00 - 12:00
FREE, booking required
Join us for our building tour of HOME.
This is your chance to get an exclusive
look behind the scenes of a working

creatives

arts centre and meet members of the


HOME team.
To help keep this and future events
at HOME free of charge, we ask for
a donation.

DIGITAL WORKSHOP/ MAKE


TWITTER WORK FOR YOU
A Cat In Paris, 2010

BABY FRIENDLY SCREENINGS


HOME now has an on-going series of
baby friendly screenings where parents,
grandparents and carers can watch films
from the HOME programme in a relaxed
environment.
AMAMA (FROM THE VIVA!
PROGRAMME)
Thu 21 Apr, 11:00
FILM/ TBC
Thu 19 May, 11:00
RELAXED SCREENINGS
Our series of relaxed screenings are
designed to be friendlier to people with
autism spectrum conditions and their
families. Well keep the cinema lights on
low, turn the sound down a little, and
provide a chill out room to take a break in.
There will be no trailers or advertisements
before the film starts and youll be able to
move around the cinema if you want to.
FILM/ A CAT IN PARIS (ENGLISH
DUBBED)
Sat 23 Apr, 11:30
FILM/ E.T.
Sat 28 May, 11:30

Thu 7 Apr, 18:30 20:30


7 full / 6 concs
Are you on Twitter and want to use
it more effectively? From finding out
what techniques get people reading
and clicking to understanding the
data behind your tweets, Josh R
(@technicalfault) will give you lots
of tips to help you make the most of
the platform.
DIGITAL WORKSHOP/ HOW TO
CREATE GREAT VIDEO
Tue 24 May, 18:30 20:30
7 full / 6 concs
Want to make engaging video content?
Join Manchester-based video production
company ShortForm to get a handy
guide on what to think about when
planning, shooting and editing footage.

First Friday of the Month, 10:45


5 (refreshments and scripts
included)
Playreading sessions offer a fun, informal
opportunity to read and discuss plays
as a group. Facilitated by Manchester based writer, producer and director Lucia
Cox, sessions are open to all and scripts
and refreshments are provided.

Screen your short film at HOME

LIFE IS A DREAM BY PEDRO


CALDERN DE LA BARCA

Are you a filmmaker currently based in


the North West? Made a short film? Then
send it for consideration for our regular
regional film night, Filmed Up. There is
no submission fee and we accept short
films under 20 minutes in duration, of any
genre, old or new, made by filmmakers
based in the North West region.

Fri 1 Apr, 10:45 - 12:45

Deadline for submissions

Set in a mythical version of the kingdom


of Poland, the play tells the story of King
Basilio who imprisons his son at birth
because he fears he will grow up to be
a tyrant.

Wed 13 April, 17:00 for the June 2016


screening.

AS YOU LIKE IT BY WILLIAM


SHAKESPEARE

Missed the deadline? Dont worry, your


film will be considered for the next
screening!
To submit your film head up to
homemcr.org/filmedup

Fri 6 May, 10:45 - 12:45


As You Like It follows Rosalind and her
cousin Celia on a journey into the Forest
of Arden leaving their lives in the court
behind them.

young people

CREATIVE CAREERS (FOR 15-18


YEAR OLDS)

Tue 31 May Thu 2 Jun


FREE
Creative Careers courses are a fantastic
opportunity to gain practical work
experience in different art forms.
If youre aged 15-18 and looking to
develop skills in film, theatre or visual
arts then look no further. These taster
workshops, led by industry professionals
and Manchester based artists, are a
great stepping-stone to your future
career in the arts.
Bookings open in May. Visit
homemcr.org/hyc for information

SHOW & TELL

Sat 7 May, 16:00


FREE, booking required
Discover what the creative scene has
to offer in and around Manchester as
artists, members of creative digital
agencies and creatives at large talk
about their practice, projects or sources
of inspiration in 5 minutes sharp.

HOME
Young Creatives

If youre 15 25 and youre into art,


film and theatre then HOME Young
Creatives is for you.
Every year, well be putting on an
amazing series of free workshops,
projects and commissioning
opportunities which will be led by
industry professionals.
Find out more and sign up to the
newsletter at homemcr.org/hyc