Manchester news An enormous festival-style outdoor venue is coming to Manchester Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - It's three times the size of Albert Square and will have food, drink, theatre and more

Manchester news An enormous festival-style outdoor venue is coming to Manchester Manchester united news

PremierLeague-News.Com - It's three times the size of Albert Square and will have food, drink, theatre and more

Manchester news  An enormous festival-style outdoor venue is coming to Manchester Manchester united news
08 April 2021 - 11:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A massive new outdoor venue, three times the size of Albert Square, is preparing to open in Manchester city centre. Created by local theatre and arts centre HOME, the new festival-style site will have street food, theatre shows, comedy and DJ sets. It will take shape on a disused patch of land close to the First Street theatre itself, with a Cabinet of Curiosities theme. Known as Homeground, the venue is planning to launch on Friday May 28, partnering with other cultural institutions such as Frog & Bucket, Contact theatre, and Trans Creative to bring a programme of events to the city centre. The huge site of Homeground in the city centre (Image: Supplied) Street food stallholders will include cocktails by Wolf at the Door, Tibetan Kitchen, Black Market Espresso, and Basilico pizza. The first two shows already announced are A Midsummer Night's Dream by Filter, which has toured at Latitude Festival, and a new production of Alice In Wonderland by Stockroom Productions. A Midsummer Night's Dream will run from June 3 until June 26, a remixed and reworked version of Shakespeare’s tale of young lovers and warring fairies. Read More Related Articles Drive-in events coming to Greater Manchester from April 12 Read More Related Articles Sign up to CityLife's free newsletter from the Manchester Evening News The brand new production of Alice In Wonderland, running from July 15 until August 7, will feature classic anthems and catchy new songs and will follow Alice and her little brother Lewis as they tumble into an alternative world full of magic and mayhem as Manchester turns to Madchester. Tickets for both shows will cost £10 for adults.

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. Dave Moutrey, HOME’s director and CEO, said: "As we start to emerge from the strangest year many of us have ever experienced, arts and culture play a vital role in the recovery of the country. HOME (Image: Mark Waugh Manchester Press Photography Ltd) "I’m delighted to announce Homeground, which will be a safe and enjoyable space for the people of Manchester to have fun, reconnect and celebrate the city’s artistic talent in all its forms." The site has been designed by Cordelia Ashwell, of Decordia Events, who said: "The idea behind the overall site design grew from a collaboration with HOME's Curator, Bren O'Callaghan. "From the outset, we felt that rather than try to disguise the brownfield nature of the site, we would lean into the detritus that accumulates in pockets of the urban fabric. "Influenced by scrapyards, the neon graveyard of Las Vegas and remnants of stories that attach themselves to architectural salvage, we settled upon a method of display popularised by the Victorians and in municipal museums - the Wunderkammer, or Cabinet of Curiosities. "In this way, seemingly random and otherwise ordinary objects become extra-ordinary. "Bren and I have been hunting down key iconic artefacts, some of which we think the public will recognise, and others may come as a bit of a surprise." More shows and events will be announced over the coming months, with updates posted on Instagram at @ homegroundmcr Read More Related Articles #BackForGood campaign launches to help give businesses a boost following lockdown Read More Related Articles Stockport's music-themed butty shop is heading to Manchester city centre

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