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Archive listings for Good Dog (2019)

Work type: Play.

T01475244081

Company Tiata Fahodzi. Presented byTara Finney Productions (in association with Watford Palace Theatre). Director Natalie Ibu. Design Amelia Jane Hankin. Lighting Zoe Spurr. Sound Helen Skiera. Director Anastasia Osei-Kuffour (associate director). Lighting Chris May (associate lighting designer).
20 Mar 19 to 23 Mar 19Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Outer London :: V01396607277
listing details L194671127
11 Mar 19 to 12 Mar 19The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
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6 Mar 19 to 9 Mar 19Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143
listing details L834344060
26 Feb 19 to 27 Feb 19Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L1528003167
19 Feb 19 to 21 Feb 19General, Inner London :: V1231
listing details L01021417471
14 Feb 19 to 16 Feb 19Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh :: V605
listing details L088199051

T1215463331

Company Tiata Fahodzi.
12 Feb 19Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough :: V949
listing details L2000097859
9 Feb 19Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V568
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Good Dog archiveIt's in the window of Sam's, behind the rusty display. Two wheels, shiny body, handlebars ready to be gripped. Mum's promised him that bike so even when school or homelife bites, he knows to keep his chin up, his head down and his shirt clean. No harsh word, no sudden push to the ground will distract him from growing up to be a good man. All around him neighbours are waiting. Gandhi's waiting for the day when customers will be kind; Mrs Blackwood is waiting for him to stop doing someone else's dirty laundry and notice her; Old Man Boateng's waiting to get bored of the drink and Trevor Senior's waiting for when those kids will let him and his son play in peace. For now, though, they tip their hats and look the other way - because in the end, everyone who's good gets what they deserve. Don't they? 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.

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Author: Arinze Kene

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