Christine (aka SUGARY) Staple, a singer/songwriter from Coventry, was born in London and has been involved in the music, theatre, events and filming industry since her childhood. She is currently working on a number of music projects, charity fundraisers and events, including the much celebrated Skamouth Festival (founded by Sugary and colleague Tom Fahy), concerts & DJ sets, music websites and various other festivals. In the last 10 years she has been in a variety of UK films, including a leading role in 'Jingle Blues, Jingle Bells' (Directed by Sylvester Williams - Eastenders, Bullet Boy) and a short BAFTA nominated biography film, about her life called 'Life in Hackney with Christine', by Belinda Harman (youtube.com/watch?v=VsfLGt-H5UI);, which was a focus on someone positive to come out of Hackney (following the bad press during the recent riots), from a women who came through extremely tough times in her young years, who turned her life around for the better, plus many other UK film projects. Her 2015 'Rudegirl Sounds' EP is receiving rave reviews and she plans to complete the full album by the end of the year, including working on music with Jamaican legends, Stranger Cole, Dandy Livingstone and Lee Scratch Perry. Sugary's husband, Original Rudeboy Neville Staple (The Specials, Fun Boy Three, etc) is her producer and has co-written a number of songs with her. In August 2015 Sugary performed in London supporting The Pioneers.
Sugary is a proficient writer and is currently involved in 2 books, screen plays, magazine short stories, poetry, plus a catalogue of songs. Find out more at sugarystaple.com