Thoughts on theatre: Myles Hart on Misty by Arinzé Kene

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While theatres around the world remain closed, West End actor Myles Hart discusses Arinzé Kene’s Misty, a play that both moved and influenced his own career

Critically acclaimed, Misty combines spoken word, live art and direct address to explore inner-city London, likening the capital to a living and breathing organism. The play is told in two halves, with a character called Virus wrestling with the gentrified world around him, and another, Arinzé, wrestling with the story he wants to tell. It originally premiered at Bush Theatre in March 2018 and later transferred to Trafalgar Studios in London’s West End.
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