good dog receives rave reviews

We are three weeks into the 2019 national tour of good dog and the reviews are coming in thick and fast from around the UK. Take a look at some of the amazing reviews our lead and crew have received so far.

 
“This marks Kene out as one of the most talented British playwrights around at the moment.”
★★★★★ – The Stage (FULL REVIEW)

 

“Kwaku Mills is a revelation as a boy growing up amid poverty in this touring revival of Arinzé Kene’s crackling, compelling monologue”
★★★★ – The Guardian (FULL REVIEW)

 

“brought to symbolic life by the towering wooden construction that forms Amelia Jane Hanklin’s monumental set”
★★★★ – Herald Scotland (FULL REVIEW)

 

Raging energy and…chuckle-out-loud observational humour
★★★★ – Spy In The Stalls (FULL REVIEW)

 

‘This story touches the depths of your existence, no matter if you’ve ever been in this boy’s shoes or you’ve just realised watching how bittersweet happiness turns out to be.’
★★★★ – Theatre Full Stop (FULL REVIEW)

 

‘funny and tragic, often at the same time.’
★★★★ – Afridiziak (FULL REVIEW)

 

Kwaku Mills holds and enthralls the audience.’ ‘I cannot recommend this play highly enough.’
★★★★1/2 – Fairy Powered Productions (FULL REVIEW)

 

the production is a roller-coaster of storytelling, and further proof that Arinze Kene is quickly becoming one of the most crucial voices in contemporary British theatre.’
★★★ – London Box Office (FULL REVIEW)

 

thought-provoking, immersive and humorous right from the outset
– Brits and Pieces (FULL REVIEW)

 

good dog demands to be heard”
– Number 9 Reviews (FULL REVIEW)

 

‘It’s near impossible not to feel moved by this performance.’
– Nights Out In Newcastle (FULL REVIEW)

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