Spectrum of Colours
At twenty-something, Sophia spends six weeks in a psychiatric hospital. Spectrum of Colours follows her story as to how she ended up there.
Despite her dreams of a life onstage, Sophia's lifelong struggles are caused by a complexity of issues involving identity, conformity and difficulties forming friendships. But ultimately, it's Sophia's struggle to overcome a traumatic childhood event which took place on a South London council estate where she grew up in 1980s - the disappearance of her best friend Lauren - which is the catalyst to her declination.
Who or what can help her overcome the torment of loss and self-blame?