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6 - 10 DEC


A Splash of Milk

All tickets £10


Sami Sumaria

production team

‘I learned that I like just a splash of milk – and even then, you have to be careful it isn’t off.’

After a ‘not-so great couple of years’, Sunny is back at home in their childhood bedroom. Will their quest to find love be fruitful, or end in disaster like so many times before?

A Splash of Milk exposes the harsh realities of being a person of colour within the already marginalised queer community and the racism that lies within. A queer (almost) love story, with just a sprinkle of… racism, sass and humour, A Splash of Milk explores what it means to be part of the global majority as well as being queer, and how this can affect your relationship with the queer community itself.

A Splash of Milk comes to the Hope after successful Camden Fringe performances at the Hen & Chickens Theatre earlier this year.

Latecomers may not be admitted. Please arrive in good time for the start time of 19:45.
Under 18s are not permitted into the theatre for this performance. 
No re-admittance once the performance has commenced. Refunds and exchanges are not available.


Sami Sumaria

Sami Sumaria (he/they) is a writer-performer of mixed South Asian heritage who graduated from MA Acting at Guildford School of Acting in 2020. After a successful Camden Fringe ‘22 run, Sami is bringing A Splash of Milk to The Hope Theatre. After supporting the original production of Naughty for Camden Fringe, Sami was recently the official director for the 2022 tour. Recent credits include Pride with Burning Pages Theatre Company and An island off Ireland as part of Xposed at Southwark Playhouse.


Sami Sumaria


Humnah Abdullah

stage manager

Andrew Houghton

production photographer

Abby Timms

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