Well I have no nails left after our first three performances. But they have been crackers, especially Wednesday night when Michael Billington from the Guardian came along.
His review is in the Guardian today and he said some lovely things about the production:
“Khalil writes with feeling about homelessness, migration and a culture in which masculinity is equated with ownership.”
"sharp performances from George Couyas as the possessive father, Houda Echouafni as his guilt-ridden wife and Amira Ghazalla as her gun-bearing mother"
I've also added production shots to the Plan D Gallery - they are by Liz Hyder and beautiful - here's a taster: