CODE SILVER CODE SILVER IS ABOUT BOYS.
IT’S ABOUT THE WORLD WE ASK BOYS TO GROW UP IN, AND HOW THAT WORLD TURNS THEM INTO VIOLENT MEN.
Code Silver Silver is a plunge into the digital landscapes of 21st century masculinity, dissecting the scripts boys are fed today, and how they prescribe violence as a way of interacting with the world. It’s a dance-filled performance piece featuring a young male identifying performer as the central protagonist.
With dance, music and radical care, Code Silver Code Silver is a desperate attempt to forge a better world, to find a space to co-exist, to care for one another honestly.
Code Silver Code Silver was scratched at the Royal Exchange Theatre in June 2019 as part of Co:Lab 2019. There, it was made and performed by Tilda O’Grady, Jon Hawkins, Ben Kulvichit, Jamaison Vassel and Sam Ward.
The show was scratched again at the Yard Theatre in October 2019 as part of Live Drafts. There, it was made and performed by Jon Hawkins, Josie Dale-Jones, Ben Kulvichit, Zaki Osman and Sam Ward, with input from Tilda O’Grady and lights by Lucy Adams.
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