My Daughter's Trial

Theatre

Off-West End

Brown's Courtrooms

Until Thu Apr 25 2013

My Daughter's Trial

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Stephen Condliffe

Had the pleasure of seeing this on Wednesday night. Great production - superb cast - innovative/ compelling - highly recommended!

Mark Dewhirst

Exceeded my expectations, a very moving storyline. I thought the acting was brilliant, I agree with Abdul's review the 3 who stood out were Parveen (Goldy Notay) & her parents (Sakuntala Ramanee & Narinder Samra) I loved the venue, it was very small & intimate & I really felt part of the courtroom. Would totally recommend people to go and see this.

Abdul Jaleel

Wasn't sure what to expect but happy to say that this was a great play - very evocative and emotional. Not seen a play covering the theme of mental illness - usually a taboo subject and felt the play brought to life the actual reality of a family living with someone who has schizophrenia and the impact it has. The 3 characters that stood out were Parveen, the mother and father. Great acting from all 3. Loved the way the play wove 2 story lines together. Whilst the subject matter may be hard to digest, the fact that some tough emotional scenes were interspersed with humour ensured that you didn't leave the show feeling depressed - rather quite the opposite. The ONLY part that i can agree with Trueman's review is the actual setting of the play in a courtroom - feel that this was a bit OTT and would be better staged in a theatre making full use of stage lighting etc. Definitely recommend to all.