What the popular press had to say...
"If the second half of this three-hour play were as riveting as the first, it would be masterly rather than very good."
Michael Billington for The Guardian
"I left impressed by Bijan Sheibani’s austere production and fine cast."
Benedict Nightingale for The Times
"At the heart of this unflinching play...are the events of 10 July 1941. That day in Jedwabne, a town in the borderlands of Poland’s north-east, hundreds of Jews were massacred."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard
"It is a sensitive, textured.."
Catherine Usher for The Stage
"It’s a remarkable and powerful play – but not one I would willingly sit through again."
Charles Spencer for Daily Telegraph