'Laurie Davidson and Lowri Amies star in hilarious 17th century drama at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe... a wry comment on theatre as money-losing exercise (particularly potent in August, in the capital city) and a sense of cynicism at the treatment of the poor and needy, typified by a wonderful Lowri Amies as seamstress Alice, struggling to feed her small children' - THE LIST


‘the female that was performing, she was stunning. I’ve never actually seen anyone quite like her. She cried, she really lived through every single moment and I’ve never, ever, seen anyone perform….I don’t think it was a performance I think she really was there, live’.

‘very well acted - a powerful performance from both of the actors involved’

‘to perform the reality in the way that they did I thought was phenomenal and the music was brilliant. It was gorgeous.’