For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy Tickets
Tickets for For Black Boys... are available now
For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy explores the painful experiences of black men in Britain, from feeling societal pressure to maintain a macho image, to brutal police harassment and talks of identity. From the onset, this electrifying tale is balanced with fear and humour. Following sold-out runs at the Royal Court Theatre and New Diorama Theatre, the award-winning For Black Boys... now transfers to the Apollo Theatre for a strictly limited six week run, book your tickets today!
About For Black Boys...
‘I found a king in me and now I love you
I found a king in you and now I love me’
Fashion advice and father figures. Jollof rice and misplaced loves. Empires in Africa and forbidden sex. There are good and bad days. In a group therapy session, six young Black men let their hearts and fantasies run wild.
For Black Boys... is a universe of music, dancing, storytelling, and poetry where six men collide and bond in a desperate effort to survive. Set on the border of happy imagination and harsh reality, these delicate confessions spark conversations that need to be had.
The cast and creatives of For Black Boys...
For Black Boys stars Nnabiko Ejimofor (Jitney) as Jet, Darragh Hand (Silent Witness BBC) as Sable, Aruna Jalloh (Much Ado About Nothing) as Obsidian, Kaine Lawrence (Man Enough) as Midnight, Emmanuel Akwafo (Jack and The Beanstalk) as Pitch and Mark Akintimehin (Romeo and Juliet) as Onyx.
For Black Boys is written and directed by Ryan Calais Cameron, with musical direction by John Pfumojena, movement direction by Theophilus O. Bailey-Godson and set and costume design by Rory Beaton.
For Black Boys tickets are available now!
Don’t miss out on the West End transfer of For Black Boys..., which explores the pressures that come with being a black man in Britain whilst offering essential insights for the audience! Book your tickets today!
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 15+.
Running timeTo be confirmed.
Performance dates25 March - 7 May 2023
ContentThis production contains themes that are likely to be upsetting including suicide, racism, racial slurs, and themes of violence, death and bereavement.
Venue InformationApollo TheatreShaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 7EZ
Upcoming Performance Times
- Saturday25 March 2023
- Sunday26 March 2023
- Tuesday28 March 2023
- Wednesday29 March 2023
- Thursday30 March 2023
- Friday31 March 2023
- Saturday1 April 2023
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