Set during the early noughties, good dog chronicles growing up in a multi-cultural community, and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control. Because even the most patient among us can’t wait forever.
Delicately observed and fearlessly told by the star of Crazyhead, Eastenders and Youngers, Arinzé Kene returns to writing for theatre for the first time since God’s Property in 2013. Writing credits include Misty (Bush Theatre); God’s Property (Soho Theatre); Little Baby Jesus and Estate Walls (Oval House Theatre) and screen feature films Seekers and Cure; contributor on television series Youngers and Eastenders/E20.
Anton Cross is good dog.
At Watford Palace from Tuesday 14 – Saturday 18 February 2019 Tickets £14 (concessions £12)
16-25s/Rumour £5 BOOK
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Full tour dates:
21 FEB Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham
22–23 FEB The Lowry, Salford Quays
24 FEB Lawrence Batley Theatre
25 FEB Cornerstone Arts, Didcot
1 MAR Live Theatre Newcastle
4 MAR mac birmingham
6–11 MAR The Albany, Deptford