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HOME is where Manchester’s creative heart is. Since this sprawling complex of theatres, cinemas, events spaces, bars, cafes and restaurants opened in 2015, over 1.8 million people have already come to see everything from theatre and dance shows, to independent films and art exhibitions from all over the globe. As the place to visit to discover new art, new experiences and new stories, from Manchester and across the world, it is the perfect festival venue.
The Box Office and Bookshop are fully accessible and are situated in the foyer. The cinema screens are situated on the top floor and are fully accessible via the lift, with wheelchair access in every screen. The café and bar areas on each floor of the building are fully accessible. Accessible toilets are available on each floor.
Wheelchair spaces can be booked via the website or through the box office on 0161 200 1500.
There is free on street parking for blue badge holders on Whitworth Street West. The best place for drop offs is on Whitworth Street West. Pull up in front of the silver bollards underneath Arch 70 next to Belvoir Lettings. It is approximately 100m from here to our front door on a flat paved road.
By bike: bike racks are available next to HOME and the INNSIDE by Meliá hotel. There are 20 racks available
By tram: the nearest Metrolink station is Deansgate-Castlefield
By bus: the venue is well served by local bus routes, including Buses 105 and 256 from Piccadilly Gardens and the Metroshuttle free bus service
By car: the nearest car park is Q-Park at First Street. HOME visitors receive a 20% discount on parking (validate your ticket or show a receipt from our cafe and bar in the venue)
By train: the nearest rail stations are Deansgate and Oxford Road, which are both five minutes’ walk from HOME. If you arrive at Piccadilly or Victoria, it’s a 20-minute walk or a short journey by Metroshuttle