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QUEENS OF SYRIA 2016

OTHER REVIEWS

'Essential viewing' - The Telegraph (CRITICS CHOICE)

 

'An electrifying visceral experience'  - Time Out (CRITICS CHOICE)

 

‘genuinely enlightening’ play of 'extraordinary power' - The Independent

 

‘powerful, remorseless and often desperately harrowing’  – Exeunt Magazine

 

'If the events in Syria feel like a distant news story this play brings it close to home' – Metro​

'This must be performed worldwide and help must be given to extend its journey’ - London Theatre Reviews

 

'A powerful juxtaposition… dark, tragic, explosive and thought-provoking’ - South London Paper

 

'I would just urge anyone who loves theatre, to go see this. This will restore your faith.’ - Remote Goat

 

'One would struggle to find a more authentic piece of theatre....not to be missed' - The Public Reviews

 

'Brilliantly compelling...bold political theatre, and it will have you thinking for days.' - Everything Theatre

                       'An

electrifying visceral experience' 

 

Time Out (CRITICS CHOICE)

"Gripping and moving" - Dominic Maxwell, The Times

"The most painful, hard-hitting and moving piece of theatre" -  South London Press

"Gives a powerful voice to the unheard" - The Sunday Times (CRITICS CHOICE)

"Deeply Affecting" - Jane Shilling, The Telegraph (CRITICS CHOICE)

"An exceptional piece of theatre" - Sarah Hemming, Financial Times

"Compelling and humbling" - Paul Taylor, The Independent

"Poweful... A litany" - Matt Trueman, Whats On Stage

"The Voiceless, Voiced" - Tim Bano, The Stage

"Ritual of great power" - Joyce Mcmillan, The Scotsman

 

"Heartbreaking" - Catherine Jones, The Liverpool Echo

"An enormously valuable and impactful piece of theatre" - Mersa Audoa,  The Upcoming

"Poweful... Astonishing" - Marianka Swain, Broadway World

"Spell-binding... an extraordinary, important piece of theatre" - Chloe Billington, Theatre News

"Gripping... Absorbing... Courageous" - Hannah Connell, Plays to See

"Poweful, emotional and important" - Elizabeth Hughes, The Argus

"Art doing what it does best" - Carole Woddis, Reviewsgate

"You have a duty to see it" - Rosa Ellis, The Metropolist

"The most urgent work on the London stage" - Susannah Clapp, The Observer (stars not awarded)

QUEENS OF SYRIA 
FEATURES IN THE
FINANCIAL TIMES
MAGAZINE

 'entertaining and thought–provoking' - Female Arts

 

‘sensitive…chilling…compassionate’ - British Theatre Guide

 

'a powerful message' - Behind the Arras

 

'heart-wrenching, profound... a triumph' - Morning Star

 

 'urgent passion makes for a compelling evening’ - One Stop Arts

 

'Deft writing, powerful acting and a fantastic set combine to make this production brilliantly compelling'

- Everything Theatre

 

'The most powerful, chilling and thought provoking piece of theatre on stage now...Fast paced, devastating and utterly captivating – The Public Review

 

'Theatre we can't afford to miss...This play battered and bruised me like no play I’ve seen before...I feel perversely elated that there is theatre out there' – The Good Review

 

 

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