Arinzé Kene’s one-man show good dog has been brought back by tiata fahodzi for a UK tour, directed by Natalie Ibu and starring RADA graduate Kwaku Mills.
It’s almost eight years since the riots that spread across London, sparked by the fatal shooting of Mark Duggan by police in Tottenham. Arinzé Kene’s good dog tells the story of that summer, and – more importantly – of the years of building tension and disillusionment that preceded it.
Anton Cross has been cast in Arinzé Kene’s good dog, which will open at Watford Palace Theatre on 14 February 2017 before touring.
The world premiere production of Arinzé Kene’s good dog will open at the Watford Palace Theatre in February before embarking on a UK tour. Chronicling Britain’s multi-cultural communities and the everyday injustices that cause people to fight back and take control, Kene asks: does everyone who is good get what they deserve?