Formed by the merger of two of Manchester’s best-loved arts organisations, Cornerhouse and the Library Theatre Company, HOME is a place for curiosity seekers, for lovers of the dramatic, the digital and the deeply engaging; for radicals and reciprocators. Our two theatre spaces are a platform for playful, daring, new and commissioned work. Our five screens light up with independent, challenging, provocative film. The gallery is home to the very best in contemporary art.
HOME is for all. Our audiences are widely drawn from the local community, visitors, young people, and of course, the loyal followers of our two founding organisations. HOME is more than stage and screen. We are a centre for co-production, artistic creation and, of course, sharing. We are dedicated to learning, for people of all ages. A place for new work and playful ideas; of festivals and commissions; of artists and of audience engagement.
We’re always here to help our transgender and non-binary customers, regardless of where you are in your transition. Transgender and non-binary people are always welcome at HOME, and our staff have been trained to respect your pronouns and identity. You can also find our gender neutral toilets on the ground floor, to the far left-hand side of the building. If you need help locating them please ask a member of our box office, front of house or volunteer team and they will be happy to help.