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Good Dog – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Arinzene Kene Director: Natalie Ibu Reviewer: Dominic Corr No good deed goes unpunished, a mantra which regrettably gains merit as we age. What happens when we break away from being good? When someone realises that those who laugh gleefully as we struggle are usually bad. For many, the out-lash of violence during the London Riots was twisted retribution. The ...

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good dog – Watford Palace Theatre, London

Writer: Arinzé Kene Director: Natalie Ibu Reviewer: Stephen Bates A 13-year-old boy looks out from the balcony of his tower block flat and surveys the community below him, making wry and cutting observations a little like the narrator in Under Milk Wood. He sees wrongdoing but vows that he will, himself, stay on the straight and narrow, hoping that his ...

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I Know All The Secrets In My World – The Lowry, Salford

Samuel Nicholas and Solomon Israel in I know all the secrets in my world

Writer and Director: Natalie Ibu Reviewer: Iain Sykes I Know All The Secrets In My World is a play about dealing with grief, the grief of a father and son that comes when an ideal family world is torn apart by the death of a much loved wife and mother. This two-hander written and directed by Natalie Ibu for Tiata ...

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I Know All The Secrets In My World – Bristol Old Vic Studio

Samuel Nicholas and Solomon Israel in I know all the secrets in my world

Writer &Director: Natalie Ibu Reviewer:Claire Hayes There’s much to admire in Tiata Fahdozi’s I Know All The Secrets In My World, produced in association with Watford Palace Theatre. With barely any words, instead encompassing physical movement and an eloquent aural vocabulary of domestic sounds, the play explores what happens when a father and son’s world falls apart. Solomon Israel and ...

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