Following unanimous acclaim from critics and audiences at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, ‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’ writer Jack Thorne brings his intimate representation of love, The Solid Life Of Sugar Water, to the Temporary Theatre at the National Theatre.

In an intimate, tender portrait of loss, hurt and recovery, Phil and Alice find themselves in love – familiar, flawed, ordinary love.

But Phil and Alice are not only in love, but also healing wounds, on a tender and compelling journey. And Phil and Alice are desperate to communicate. The result is candid, uninhibited and visceral.

This is a fully accessible production, integrating captions and audio description at all performances.

Please be advised this production contains strong language and scenes of an adult and sexual nature.

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