Mum’s promised him that bike so even when school or homelife bites, he knows to keep his chin up, his head down and his shirt clean. Because in the end, everyone who’s good gets what they deserve. Don’t they?
Britain’s leading African theatre company tiata fahodzi present Arinzé Kene’s delicately observed and fearlessly told tale, set in the early noughties, which chronicles growing up in a multi-cultural community and the everyday injustices that drive people to take back control. Because even the most patient among us can’t wait forever.
My Bradford is a new digital project with the BBC aiming to showcase the best of Bradford. The ethos of the project is “your city, your stories” and the BBC want Bradfordians to tell the story of their own city.
My Bradford is a partnership between BBC Radio Leeds and Bradford UNESCO City of Film, to let the city tell its own story for a change and also to shape the news agenda as covered by the BBC.
More information here.