The life story of David Tait – our supporter, ambassador and former trustee – is now available to watch from home. Proceeds will go to the NSPCC.
Sulphur & White, starring acclaimed actors Mark Stanley and Emily Beecham, tells the story of David’s life and how he's been affected by the sexual abuse he suffered as a child. Proceeds will go to the NSPCC, helping us continue to protect children and prevent abuse.
Before the current lockdown, Sulphur and White was selling out at cinemas across the UK. We are therefore delighted to announce you can now see the film on Curzon Home Cinema with a special live living room Q&A screening taking place on 21 April.
Sulphur and White is also available on demand from iTunes, Amazon, the Sky Store, Virgin Media, Google Play, and BT. We are urging all our supporters to watch this important and moving film that highlights the importance of the NSPCC’s work.
Watch the Sulphur & White trailer
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