The award winning accessible theatre company behind the opening ceremony of the London Paralympic Games are bringing their latest play to Cambridge. The Solid Life of Sugar Water It is fully accessible to people with hearing and vision loss loss as its is both captioned and audio described.
The Telegraph described the play as ‘Forceful, thrilling, stunning’
The play stars deaf actress Genevieve Barr who is highly respected for her performances on TV and stage.
Here’s what it’s all about:
Phil and Alice are in love. Phil and Alice are healing wounds. Phil and Alice are desperate to communicate.
Candid, uninhibited and visceral, this new play from the award winning Jack Thorne is an intimate, tender portrait of loss, hurt and recovery.
The Solid Life of Sugar Water received unanimous acclaim from critics and audiences alike at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, with The Times calling it ‘startlingly good’.
Jack Thorne’s previous credits include Let the Right One In and Hope for the stage, as well as television dramasGlue, Skins, Shameless and This is England. His new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will open in the West End in 2016.
All performances include audio description and creative captioning. Winner of the Accessible Theatre Award 2015.
A Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth co-production.
Its on at the Junction Theatre in Cambridge on Monday 22nd February at 7:30pm.
If you’d like to book click here http://www.junction.co.uk/the-solid-life-of-sugar-water
See the video trailer below