Last night’s Stuff Happens revival was concerned with warmongering men chasing glory from afar. Now we meet the women who suffer most from such conflict: 13 Syrian refugees, driven from their homeland. Their voices are seldom heard amidst the din, but thanks to Georgina Paget, Charlotte Eagar and William Stirling’s drama therapy workshop, which grew into a fully-fledged performance and will tour nationally following its London run, those voices will ring out across the UK.
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