The Solid Life of Sugar Water
Graeae Theatre Company and Theatre Royal Plymouth
'It's not like riding a bike. Sex. It's far more complicated.' Phil and Alice are in love – familiar, flawed, ordinary love. Phil and Alice are on a journey, but this journey doesn't have an A to Z. Tender and compelling, this world premiere from award-winning playwright Jack Thorne is an unsettling play about loss and love. Jack Thorne recently adapted the cult Let the Right One In for the stage, while for television his credits include Glue, Skins and Shameless. All performances include audio description and creative captioning.
This play contains strong language and themes of an adult and sexual nature.
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The Solid Life of Sugar Water19 Aug 2015
Vivid and sexually intense story on how to overcome the loss of a baby
Phil and Alice's grief for their stillborn child has torn them apart as a couple. Desperately trying to rediscover their sexual chemistry, the play begins with the characters adrift, lacking any connection to each other after going through such…