We are thrilled to announce you can see BARBARA HOCKADAY in HOME’s inaugural show, THE FUNFAIR.
Manchester’s exceptional new arts venue kicks off with a world premiere – The Funfair. This new version of 20th century masterpiece Kasimir and Karoline is an extraordinarily savage and extraordinarily human exploration of the lives of the working-class people of Manchester at the height of the recession, adapted for us by Olivier-Award winning writer Simon Stephens (who also adapted The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time for the National Theatre). The original was written in the late 1920s, at a time of massive social unrest, when the economy was on everyone’s mind and politicians were fighting for power… timely themes for today too!
Directed by Walter Meierjohann, HOME’s Artistic Director of Theatre, Funfair plays until the 13th of June.
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