Home to raise big issues at Waterside Theatre

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Following a successful run in Liverpool, ‘Home’ is at the Waterside Theatre this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 2-4.

‘Home’ is a beautifully written and performed work which has hugely important points to make.

“It shows real compassion for the plight of refugees. It could go on to become a classic.”

Tom Calderbank (The Nerve Review, Liverpool)

“..a fascinating play...really powerful writing, really powerful images”

Stephen McCauley, BBC Radio Ulster

‘Home’ features John Graham Davies (Hollyoaks’ Les Hunter, Jimmy McGovern’s Hillsborough), Paul Moore (Water Rats, Police rescue and Derry 24) and directed by Paula Simms (Coronation Street and The Return of Colm Cille).

Also features local artists Karen McLaughlin (The Henry Girls), Martin Coyle (Balkan Alien Sound), Cara Park and Gay McIntyre.

‘Home’ will be at The Waterside Theatre on Wednesday, July 1. (preview) to Saturday, July 4, 8pm.

Tickets: Preview £5, Performance £10/£5 concession. Telephone the Box Office for tickets on 028-7131-4000 or book online at www.watersidetheatre.com.