South Africa’s National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, and 969 Festival in Johannesburg, present HIRSCH.
“There are moments during a festival that grab you and hold every ounce of your being.”
★★★★★ The New Current
“Yes We Canada! Hirsch is a fantastic, passionate and informative piece of theatre, well written and brilliantly performed. Nashman had me gripped from start to finish. ★★★★ Broadway Baby
“You’d perhaps expect that a play about a gay, Jewish, Hungarian refugee who winds up in the badlands of Canada might have limited appeal to audiences at the Fringe. In fact, Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson’s Hirsch is a beautifully-written look at the life of one man, brought to life by Nashman’s thrilling performance.” ★★★★★ Spoonfed London
‘Hirsch is intelligent…endearing…impressive. Nashman is fantastically versatile.” ★★★★ No Borders Magazine
“Full of wit and humanity this is a touching, honest and revelatory little gem. An absorbing, powerful and touching portrayal of a contradictory character.” ★★★★ TVBomb Culture Magazine
“The performance is energetic, entertaining and yet also full of emotion…. This labour of love is a touching tribute.” The Stage