'Misty' debuts at the West End

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'Misty' debuts at the West End

After a sucessful run at the Bush theatre, the critically acclaimed play 'Misty' is heading to the West End. It's a blend of performance, music and poetry which explores what London is like in the modern day. Actor and playwright Arinzé Kene is the star of the one man show and Tanya Francis caught up with him earlier.

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