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 a visit from photographer Wasi Daniju, who captured some great moments in the #goodtiata rehearsal room which you can find on our website and Facebook

Now that we are quickly approaching our world premiere (three weeks to be exact), #tfhq have collated a great list of reasons to come and see good dog this spring. 

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1. good dog is written by the critically acclaimed writer and actor Arinzé Kene, who is a rising star in the world of theatre, TV and film. See him on Netflix in Crazyhead, on the big screen in the BAFTA award nominated The Pass (Evening Standard Award for Best Supporting Actor) and then listen to his words and see the world through his eyes in good dog

 

 

big_thumb_a84de6cea35174549b59d089b7d9e5372. As we grapple to understand the fallout of the EU Referendum, go back in time and retrace our steps leading to another significant moment in British history. 

 

 

 

3. group-2-good-dog-by-arinze-kene-photo-by-dan-patrick-hipkin-teafilmsgood dog is about the people and places that make you who you are. It celebrates localism, resilience and people power. A morality play set within a modern, vibrant, multicultural Britain. 

 

 

 

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4. good dog will be a tour de force starring young talent Anton Cross – his ability to command our attention and shepherd us through a decade will be astonishing. 

 

 

 


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5. good dog will feature a banging noughties urban soundtrack and a stylish conceptual design that’s like an art installation.

 

 

 

good dog opens at Watford Palace Theatre from 14-18 February and then embarks on a national tour. Get your tickets

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