Thursday 28 April, 8pm

No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home is a solo performance about gay club culture and the places we can call home

This is a work-in-progress showing.


Winner of Les Enfants Terribles Award 2022.


On a night out in a gay bar, Connor meets Rob

One’s a newcomer, the other has been on the scene far too long. But when a kiss leads to a brutal attack - who’s the victim and who’s the perpetrator?

Fusing spoken word, music, dance and video art, No Place Like Home is a tragic odyssey into gay club culture and the places we can call home.

Get ready to laugh, cry and dance with somebody who loves you.


Co-Created with Cameron Carver and Jac Cooper.

Developed with Camden People’s Theatre, Marlborough Theatre and London Performance Studios, with support from Arts Council England, LGBT+ Switchboard and Galop UK.


Writer/Performer: Alex Roberts
Director/Choreographer: Cameron Carver
Composer/ Sound Designer: Jac Cooper
Publicity Design: Alex Powell
Co-Producer: Kirsten Peters Roebuck


Written and performed by Alex Roberts, using spoken word and original music, No Place Like Home is a “lyrical treatment of queer club culture” (Broadway Baby) about sex, love and yellow brick roads.

Find out more about Alex Roberts on their website. 



We are constantly monitoring the government’s COVID-19 guidelines. Should the situation change, the event will be postponed and bookers will be notified in regards to their options.

Supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation through the Weston Culture Fund


  • AGE GROUP: 15+
  • TICKETS: 10