Coming to The Lowry Theatre early next month is Human Nurture, a hard-hitting, poignant performance that explores race, privilege and belonging.

The production, a new piece from Ryan Calais Cameron, directed by Rob Watt, delves into the story of Roger and Harry, two young lads who share a bond so strong they could be brothers.

Roger and Harry are inseparable in just about everything, from their music taste and sense of humour to their lifelong aspirations. The only thing separating them? Roger is black and Harry is white.

After Roger is rehomed, Harry is left in the care system, leaving both to embark on incredibly different paths.

When Roger returns to celebrate Harry’s birthday, he discovers that along with his best friend’s new name, Runaku, things had changed considerably and what he’d hoped would be a dream reunion, couldn’t be further from the case.

Audiences will have two chances to catch Human Nurture in Manchester, with shows taking place on Thu 3 Mar and Fri 4 Mar. Tickets are on sale now and you can grab yours using the button below.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Thu 3 Mar - Fri 4 Mar, The Lowry,
The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 22 Feb 2022