One Hundred Homes at Headway ArtSpace

How do we define what makes a home?

Belgian theatre maker Yinka Kuitenbrouwer visited over 100 people to find out – from newborns to pensioners, from people who’ve lived in the same street their whole lives, to refugees making a new home.

With the help of a nice cup of tea, home-made biscuits and stories from South East Northumberland, Yinka invites us in to take a peek through the keyhole. Performed in English.

“Uplifting, filled with warmth and hope and friendship”

Rummage through a collection of vinyl records, play your favourite tune, sample delicious pies, cakes and poptails from the dry bar and enjoy some top-class theatre.

One Hundred Homes will be performed at Headway ArtSpace, Blyth on Monday 24th June 2019

Doors open 6.30pm, show runs 7.00-8.00pm

This performance has a limited capacity so we encourage you to confirm your attendance, and/or book any additional tickets as soon as possible.

Tickets are available to purchase here:

For any queries, please call: 0191 645 8998

*One Hundred Homes is being presented by people based in South East Northumberland, through a project commissioned by Museums Northumberland bait in partnership with The Empty Space. With thanks to Arts Council England and EDF Energy Blyth Offshore Demonstrator Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund at The Community Foundation serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland.

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of all our funders which currently includes:

  • Arts Council England
  • Blyth Town Council
  • Community Foundation
  • Edward Gostling Foundation – RW Mann Trust – Shears Foundation
  • Erasmus+
  • Great Northumberland
  • Hadrian Trust – High Sheriff of Northumberland – Rothley Trust
  • Heritage Fund
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • Northumberland County Council
  • Postcode Community Trust
  • Scope
  • Sir James Knott Trust
  • The 1989 Willan Trust – Wellesley Trust
  • the Coalfields Regeneration Trust