good dog: what they said

Last week, we opened good dog at Watford Palace Theatre. We welcomed back old audiences and regular visitors to the theatre, as well as humbling visits from various communities in Watford (some of them first time visitors to the theatre) and a wonderful bunch of students from the Princes Trust.  We’re now nearing the end of our […]

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5 reasons to see good dog

We’re nearly at the end of the first month of the year and inching closer to the world premiere of good dog. It’s been a great process so far – the good dog team have endured train strikes, foggy and frosty weather, but we have graciously braved through, resilient as ever. Last week we had […]

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tiata fahodzi to take part in Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS)

RTYDS announces successful applicants for its programmes starting in November 2016* tiata fahodzi is one of 5 theatre companies across England to join up with the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS), the country’s longest running and most influential training scheme for new directors. RTYDS helped launched the careers of Ken Loach, John Tiffany, Vicky […]

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behind the scenes: good dog trailer

On the 31 August #tfhq left the office – a rare delight – to film the trailer for good dog, our spring 2017 production written by British-Nigerian Arinzé Kene. We took over the Kennington/Oval area, amidst London noises and atmosphere, to bring Kene’s script to life. We caught up with actress and producer Desara Bosnja, who […]

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Consortium led by tiata fahodzi wins ACE Sustained Theatre Fund

A consortium led by tiata fahodzi has been awarded Arts Council England’s Sustained Theatre Fund, designed to support the development of established and emerging Black and minority ethnic theatre makers and to increase their representation across the wider theatre sector.   There is a deficit of BAME leaders across the sector – the theatre industry […]

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Bhav’s first month at tiata fahodzi

Our new administrator Bhavini Goyate does a throwback to her first month at tiata fahodzi – we can’t quite believe how quickly the time has gone. “My first month as administrator for tiata fahodzi has been fantastic, challenging and a breath of fresh air (and not just because I’m in rural Watford). When I started […]

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Kin Podcast: There’s More To Life Than A JLO Booty

“What happens when you can’t see yourself in the world? What happens when your identity was built on being the only one?” – Natalie Ibu Kin Podcast, a podcast produced and hosted by playwright Sarah Kosar, kicked off their second season with their first episode There’s more to Life than a JLO Booty featuring tf’s very own Natalie Ibu, her […]

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