The new lockdown rules mean HOME will be shutting their doors once again after just under a month of being back open.
Luckily though, they will be streaming the events right from the stage to your living room throughout the lockdown.
As a way of supporting the arts and creatives while they are essentially in crisis, HOME has adapted their November schedule so we can watch from home.
The shows include the World Premiere of David Hoyle’s A Grand Auction of My Life as well as Nasi’s The End and Beats and Elements’ High Rise eState of Mind.
Tickets are on sale now on a ‘pay-what-you-decide‘ basis to provide a much-needed dose of culture throughout Lockdown 2.0.
Additionally, HOME will be curating a selection of films and digital versions of the new exhibitions – Joy Yamusangie’s Blue Glass Fortunes, Nick Burton’s Our Plague Year and MSR FCJ’s Bubbling Pitch – to the HOME website.
HOME’s Director and CEO Dave Moutrey said: “We at HOME had gone to great lengths to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for our audiences when we reopened, and the feedback from visitors has been that they felt we had gone above and beyond in every way.
“Our team had worked tirelessly and we had been enjoying sold out, socially-distanced film screenings, had incredibly managed to bring live theatre back to the stage and had just this weekend reopened our gallery with three simultaneous exhibitions.
“While it is devastating to have to close again, we have always known this was a possibility, and so the team have incredibly been working to not only produce live events but also to always have a Plan B which would allow us to provide enriching, entertaining cultural experiences digitally until we can reopen again.
“That work is why we can make this announcement today that audiences will be able to experience all three of our artforms digitally during the lockdown.”