Sugar with British Sign Language


Written by Catrina McHugh MBE

Directed by Laura Lindow

British Sign Language interpretation by Nikki Champagnie Harris

A probation office, a prison cell, a homeless shelter... Sugar is set in an abstract world where we meet three women all ‘doing time’ in very different ways, caught in a waiting space of continuous floors and revolving doors. Three survivors. Three voices seldom heard.    

Meet Annie, Julie and Tracey as we circle around their stories in an unflinching trilogy which honours the hard realities of lives lived in and around the criminal justice system.    

Following a whole year on BBC iPlayer and presented by Open Clasp Theatre Company, Sugar is an intimate piece of theatre made for screen, devised with women who are homeless, on probation or in prison.  Now available with British Sign Language. 



Age recommendation: 15+
Issues Raised: Homelessness, childhood sexual abuse, domestic abuse


Tickets are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled.