20th November | Brighton | £10
What happens when someone you love serves a prison sentence? Invisible Sentences is a new play based on real stories from women with loved ones in prison. The production is a project of Uninterrupted Theatre, a theatre collective formed during lockdown in 2020 that aims to create live theatre in response to current themes. Developed in partnership with women who have a family member serving a prison sentence, the play is based on verbatim accounts and is presented in partnership with Sussex Prisoners’ Families. The performance will be followed by a panel discussion with Q&A around the themes of the play.