The time is right to ask questions, to break free from a system that isn’t working, to emerge on the other side to an awakening – a return to roots, a celebration of culture.
Fierce and affecting, this galvanising hip-hop dance performance reflects themes of identity, oppression and transcendence. A personal response by Boy Blue’s founders to their experiences and observations of the world, Blak Whyte Gray is set to the resonating sounds of a multi-layered score. The powerful choreography and staging make for an image-rich production with political bite.
Having toured the world, Blak Whyte Gray returns to Manchester, the themes as pertinent now as they have ever been.
Image Credit: Carl Fox
The Guardian “rich and melancholy joy”
The Evening Standard “A triumph of awesome technique”
The Scotsmans "moments of synchronised movement that thrill you to the core"
Tonight I escaped from the dull drama in No:10. I went to see Blak Whyte Gray @HOME_mcr it is visceral, energetic, mesmerising and incredible escapism. The dancing takes your breath away. Wow! Review @ILoveMCR tomorrow. https://t.co/Pwf8xf2H7e
— Glenn Writer ☕ (@Glenn_Writes) October 20, 2022