No Place Like Home is a solo performance fusing spoken word, music and video projection. Inspired by the death of Billy Mankelow in 2015, the show explores violence and LGBTQ+ nightlife, asking; are bars and clubs still the place all queers can call home?
No Place Like Home was originally created at Camden People's Theatre as part of Starting Blocks. It has been supported by the Marlborough Theatre and Arts Council England.
It is also supported by LGBT+ Switchboard, the telephone helpline and Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity.
Pre/Post Show Events
Open mic sessions will take place in the café before the 12 June performance, from 6.45pm. Led by poet Tyrone Lewis.