International Tour 2016-2017
Before moving to the UK Hannah was a teacher. Now she works in a pub.
Six months ago, Jordan lost his mum. Three days ago, he lost his job, too. With nothing to keep him here, he walks into Hannah's pub looking for an answer to the question:

Is it time to go home? and if the answer is "yes", then where is that?

A bitter-sweet and timely play about two people who see the essence of home very differently, There's No Place Like asks questions about longing, belonging and immigration.

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Winner of Outstanding Site-Specific
San Diego International Fringe

"Beautifully Crafted and Impeccably Performed"
★★★★ David Rumelle, Remotegoat

"There’s No Place Like and Althea Theatre really captures the spirit of the fringe: creating meaningful, bold, and thoroughly enjoyable theatre"
★★★★  Grumpy Gay Critic

"This Show is clearly too grand for the small stage"
Liz Hainsworth, No-Wave Liverpool

"A tour de force of romantic and political drama"

The show has performed at Brighton Fringe (Brighton), The Arts Theatre (West End, London), Ardingly Festival (Sussex), Cafe du Theatre (Paris), The Arab-Hebrew Theatre (Tel Aviv), Paris Fringe (Paris), Venice Open Stage (Venice), Brick Lane Theatre Festival (London), Hollywood Fringe (Los Angeles, USA), and San Diego International Fringe (San Diego, USA; Tijuana, Mexico)