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for a previous production "Playwright Monica Bauer has created an intriguing and compelling production, beginning with two seemingly unlinked stories (alternating the storyteller) and as time goes on you can feel the plots begin to converge...Glory Kadigan’s direction is slick and keeps up a good pace...A timely play about a period in modern history that may be unfamiliar to many, with dangerously pertinent themes – the performances are engaging and moving." Full Review
for a previous production "This show is intensely physical; this is an approach that lends itself naturally to the aggression of Alex's world, at the same time making it artful and expressive...Davies becomes Alex with apparent ease...Without a doubt this is one of the standout lead performances of the year so far...Absolutely timeless, and its relevance can rarely be overstated-what this production does so brilliantly is take a refreshing angle on the material, whilst retaining its essence. Unquestionably a must-see." Full Review
for a previous production "Even if you've read or heard a lot about the refugees and some of the shocking things they've been through, nothing will prepare you for being in the thick of it as the characters pour their hearts out right in front of you. This is thanks to some stellar work from the entire company...There's no mistaking that this is one of the most vital pieces of theatre ever to grace the stage, at once dispiriting and inspiring - the human capacity for hope in adversity is quite an extraordinary thing." Full Review