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fringe management · Ages 14+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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SEAN CAIN certified reviewer June 09, 2018
It was a great story with these two women, one set in present day the other 175 years ago. The actresses were very expressive and through their words and actions pulled me into it. I could see what they were describing. Great direction with a minimal amount of set pieces on stage. I think anymore it would have taken away from the message. I had an excellent time!... full review
DANIELLE BEDAU certified reviewer June 10, 2018
tagged as: powerful · gender issues · women · meaningful
The show was great. Strong performances and interesting subject matter. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2018
tagged as: powerful · dark · dramatic · Impactful · historical · message
The talented actresses in this haunting play tell a powerful tale about how for some women, not much has changed in the course of history.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 14, 2018
This one is well worth the investment of time and money, for the knowledge you can glean from it is without price.... full review
JEFF KONGS certified reviewer June 15, 2018
Wonderful message. Heartbreaking story wrapped in honest performances and clear staging. ... full review
MIRIAM REISS certified reviewer June 15, 2018
I saw "Echoes" this week and loved it. The acting is great, and the way the actors' stories play off each other really works. I'm not surprised it's getting kudos and was selected as a "pick of the Fringe." See it soon, before it closes!!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: timely · Feminist · drama
A very thought provoking play performed by two fine actresses.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 13, 2018
tagged as: racist · white male · male gaze · muslim · female · women
Artfully directed and lit. Bravely acted - particularly by bree fernicke, whose accent was impeccable. Laila Abdo had issues with the Ipswich accent, frequently pronouncing muslim as mooslim which was distracting. However, my main issue with this play was simply that it came across as a very superficial rendering of what a middle aged man imagines about the female experience - made even worse by the too-daring choice to take on the experience of a female jihadi. It came across as clumsy, surface level and often cartoonish. Real psychological insight or research was lacking. I was very confused by this play and its acclaim. It seemed like a white liberal 101 guide to brown people, and frequently strayed into racist stereotypes. It's always so... full review
BROOKE TRANTOR certified reviewer June 24, 2018
Incredible writing. Loved the concept. These female stories are excactly what we need right now. Incredible to see the comparison of women struggling in similar aspects of their lives, and yet in different parts of history. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. Catherine Lidstone's performace was grounded, raw, vulnerable and inticing. I could have watched this show for 2 more hours. I am so glad I got to see this. ... full review
MARJAN TAVAKKOLIAN certified reviewer June 22, 2018
Amazing performance and captivating subject!... full review