Arinzé Kene: ‘When I first started writing, it was raps’

Arinzé Kene: ‘When I first started writing, it was raps’
 

Arinzé Kene was born in Lagos in 1987 and brought up in Hackney, London, the fourth of five children, his mother a nurse and his father a taxi driver. His screen credits include EastEnders, Our Girl and the role of a gay footballer in The Pass (adapted from John Donnelly’s play). On stage, he played Simba in The Lion King and Sam Cooke in One Night in Miami and got rave reviews for his current role as Joe in Girl From the North Country, Conor McPherson’s play that uses Bob Dylan songs. His plays have been staged at Soho theatre and the Royal Court and he is rehearing Misty, a one-man show... read more

 
10 March 2018 in Art & Culture, Views: 346
Source: Guardian
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