- David Laing
- 16 August 2007
This article is from 2007.
The continued threat of terrorism across the UK, combined with a heightened awareness of honour killings, form the basis for a play that attempts to question the beliefs that cause some Islamic women to be denied what most would consider basic human rights. Here the stories of a young white English girl and a similar Middle Eastern Muslim are juxtaposed, eventually becoming intertwined. Superficial, and lacking subtlety, this clunky multimedia piece descends into confusion and completely fails to satisfy. (David Laing)
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