See it if You like female-centric stories and storytelling - there are A LOT of stories told over the course of the play.
Don't see it if You need more razzle-dazzle in your theatre experience. Read more
"What happens next? The play deliberately doesn’t say, allowing audiences to continue the storytelling in their own heads – the conclusion is ours to write for ourselves."
"Beautifully, Arabic words, phrases and traditions are thrown into the dialogue, and authenticity permeates Ghai’s production. It’s not a faultless adaptation of a myth, but it is charming: an old story with fresh meaning."
"The message of solidarity may be heavy-handed, but it’s keenly felt, and loudly applauded by a largely female audience."