Arinzé Kene‘s brand new play MISTY, exploring race and cultural stereotyping, “bursts with life”, provoking delight and conversation among audiences and critics alike.
“full of pep and vigour” – Fiona Mountford, The Evening Standard, 4*
“pulsing and potent…Misty is at once a polemic, an essay and a poem, and as he proved in One Night in Miami and Girl from the North Country, Kene is a captivating performer – spectacularly charismatic” – Natasha Tripney , The Stage , 4*
“It’s bracing to see the question of who gets to tell stories – and how they might be circumscribed – tackled head-on here, with wit, exuberance and visual flair.” – Holly Williams, Time Out, 4*
“It’s as fiercely thought as it is elegantly structured, split down the centre between story and storyteller.” – Matt Trueman, What’s On Stage, 4*
“extraordinarily rich and ambitious” – Mike Scott-Harding, Afridiziak, 5*
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Picture credit Helen Murray