Sat 06 July -
Sun 21 July
2 Tony Wilson Place, First Street, M15 4FN
Art: My Head Is Disconnected (Gallery)
Sat 6 July – Sun 21 July
Noon – 8pm Mon-Sat
Noon – 6pm Sun
Sat 20 July, 3pm
Music (Theatre 1)
Fri 12 – Sun 14 July
Line-ups to be announced
Film season (Cinema)
Schedule to be announced
Line up to be Weird, wonderful and forever wild at heart – the iconic David Lynch is taking over HOME for the duration of MIF19. Featuring art, film, music and more, this special season of events is a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of the pioneering American artist, musician and director of such works as Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive and Twin Peaks.
Every corner of HOME will be inhabited by a Lynchian spirit for the Festival’s 18 extraordinary days. In the gallery, My Head Is Disconnected is the first major UK exhibition of Lynch’s paintings, drawings and sculpture. In the theatre, Lynch collaborator Chrysta Bell presents a series of one-off live shows from Lynch-inspired musicians. In the cinema, there’ll be screenings of Lynch’s classic movies and rare short films, along with those of the directors who influenced him. And look out for other special events we’ll be announcing nearer the time: conversations, masterclasses and much more.
Don’t miss this chance to take a trip into the mind of one of contemporary culture’s most radical and visionary figures.
Curated by Sarah Perks & Omar Kholeif
with Mary Anne Hobbs & Jason Wood
Commissioned and produced by Manchester International Festival and HOME, Manchester, in association with the David Lynch Foundation UK.
This event takes place at HOME (2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester M15 4FN), a purpose-built arts centre in central Manchester.
HOME is located close to Manchester city centre, just off Whitworth Street West. It is 0.3 miles from Manchester Oxford Road railway station and 0.2 miles from Deansgate railway station and Deansgate-Castlefield Metrolink. The 256 bus stops on Medlock Street, with stops located 50m and 150m from HOME’s main entrance.
The closest drop-off point is approximately 100m from HOME’s entrance, on Whitworth Street West at the open railway arch labelled Jack Rosenthal Street. This is next to Belvoir Lettings and leading through to Starbucks.
Blue Badge holders can park on Whitworth Street West in a space near to the open railway arch labelled Jack Rosenthal Street, which is approximately 100m along from HOME’s entrance.
There is also Q-Park First Street multi-storey carpark, which has 28 accessible spaces and is located across from HOME on Tony Wilson Place at First Street. The pedestrian carpark entrance is approximately 30m from HOME’s entrance, facing the pedestrian public square. You can scan your Q-Park ticket at the HOME Box Office to gain a 25% discount, but please note that Blue Badges are not valid for free parking in the Q-Park.
The main entrance has step-free access via automatic doors. There is step free access throughout HOME, with lifts to all three levels of the building
There are accessible toilets on all levels, and there are gender neutral toilets on the ground floor. Please note that HOME doesn’t have a Changing Places facility, but the nearest Changing Places is located at Manchester Central Library, St Peter’s Square.
There is a lowered, accessible service point at the bar.
HOME welcomes Assistance Dogs UK accredited dogs with formal identification. Water bowls are available upon request.