Silent Screams is a play written by Ademola Adeniji, a story of courage, resistance and self-sacrifice. Directed by Josephine Samson, it was presented at the Pump House Theatre in Watford on the 5th and 6th of February 2016.

**Update: Silent Screams returns on a London stage! 24th October – 29th October 2017, 7.30pm @ The Broadway, Barking. Book your tickets!**

Silent Screams

by Ademola Adeniji

Directed by Josephine Samson

Set in 1917 Nyasaland. A resolute church minister’s struggle to stop the forced conscription of villagers into the army sets him up against the might of the powerful colonial administration.

2017:

CAST

To be announced.

CREW

To be announced.

 

2016:

CAST

  • Larry Olubamiwo – Joseph
  • Koral Neil – Rebecca
  • Paul DuBois – Governor-General I
  • Nathan Lister – Bruce
  • Jack Silver – Police I / Governor-General II
  • Alain English – Police II / Judge
  • Abdoulie Mboob – Azibo
  • Isambard Rawbone – Siyani / Chiyama

 

CREW

  • Sam Lovatt – Stage Manager
  • Caitlin Hargreaves – Stagehand
  • Tori Antwi – Stagehand
  • Clare Hamilton – Lighting Designer

 

Rehearsal Shots

 

Fight sequence video: