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Fog at the Finborough Theatre from 03 Jan 2012
Fog, written by Tash Fairbanks and Toby Wharton is at the Finborough Theatre, west London, 03 Jan - 28 Jan 2012.
Directed by Ché Walker, designed by Georgia Lowe, sound by Edward Lewis, lighting by Arnim Freiss, costumes by Rachel Szmuckler, produced by AGF Productions in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre.
Cast includes Kanga Tanikye-Buah, Benjamin Cawley, Victor Gardener, Annie Hemingway, Toby Wharton.
Fog is about two families: one white and dysfunctional, the other black and aspiring. Fog and Lou were put into care as young children by their soldier father, Cannon, following the untimely death of their mother. Ten years later, Cannon returns, expecting to reassemble his family around him. But he feels a stranger in this ‘new’ England of broken promises. And nothing could prepare him for the damage that abandonment and an inadequate care system has wreaked on his kids. He desperately tries to repair what has been broken, but is it all too little too late?