PRESS on Pilgrims:
​Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Pilgrims, Etcetera Theatre
Sarah Page
Directed by Kevin Williams

★★★★


Pros: A play about a recent event is always interesting, and tying it in with a smaller, personal story is a masterstroke.

Cons: It could be argued that at one point in the play, things are overwrought, but then again with a lot of families, life can be like that - and then some!

Our Verdict: A strong play that has well-rounded characters that are emotionally engaging. Time zips by!


If you watch as many plays as I do, beyond all the critique and analysis, you realise they all boil down to one thing – is the play you’re watching ‘hard work’ or is it a delight to watch? Thankfully Pilgrims falls very much into the latter category.

- Everything Theatre 

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Saturday, 25th May 2013
Worth the journey: Pilgrims at the Etcetera Theatre

★★★★


Any mother will attest to the difficulties of raising an OCD child or a rebellious 18-year-old daughter. Gather them together for a religious pilgrimage, throw in a racist grandfather, and you have a recipe for disaster. Such a situation is tightly written and realised by a talented ensemble in Pilgrims, making it a strong new work that is well worth seeing.



- One Stop Arts



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