This life-changing event forces him to confront some of his deepest issues. On his journey towards healing he realises that interrogating his connection to masculinity might be key to finding a way forwards. For Mark being a boy has meant closing up when it comes to processing complex emotion. However, through reassembling himself, Mark starts to get a sharper image of the person he wants to be. Boys Cry explores self-image, maturity, life after trauma and definitions of manhood. Boys Cry is a play in monologue form, which straddles the line between traditional theatre and spoken-word. It was written to interrogate some of hegemonic norms we’ve come to accept about gender and look for ways to overcome certain toxic aspects of masculinity. In our current socio-political environment, the public are more ready than ever to engage in new dialogues about sex and gender; Which makes it the perfect time to be staging the type of theatre that doesn’t yield straightforward answers. Instead, its aim is to inspire conversations that will last long after the play is over. Age Recommendation: 12+ Contains: Swearing, mild peril.