News: There’s No Place Like plays both sides of the pond

News: There’s No Place Like plays both sides of the pond

Inspired by bus journeys, bumpy flights and the current news, There’s No Place Like marks the US debut of international company Althea Theatre.

Hannah was a teacher before she moved to the UK. Now she works in a pub. Jordan lost his mum six months ago. Six days ago, he lost his job, too. With nothing to keep him here, Jordan walks into Hannah’s pub looking for an answer to the question: is it time to go home? And, if the answer is ‘yes’ – where exactly is that?

Combining award-winning theatre with a live soundtrack, There’s No Place Like is a bittersweet and timely play about longing, belonging and immigration.

Following a sold out run in London’s West End and a critically acclaimed international tour, Althea Theatre are proud to present the American premiere of There’s No Place Like this summer before their upcoming US premiere in Hollywood and tour to LA, San Diego and Tijuana.

There’s No Place Like is written and performed by Lilac Yosiphon and co-directed by Marianne Mayer and Mike Cole, with music and performance by Sam Elwin.


There’s No Place Like plays The Old Red Lion Theatre on 6 – 10 June 2017. For more information or to book tickets, please visit the website.