'Best Stage Production' - Asian Media Awards 2016

The Telegraph - ★★★★ - "the play maintains a firm, queasy grip on your nerves...the cast are superb...Waleed Akhtar and Jassa Ahluwalia are entirely compelling as two desperately young men motivated by a sense of duty and country that neither can fully articulate."

The Guardian - ★★★ - "finely acted and ultimately moving"

WhatsOnStage - ★★★★ - "when they step out into the light, your heart catches fire"

The Observer - ★★★ - "a fine tribute to Khuddadad Khan's bravery"

Daily Mail - ★★★★ - "The cast of four – Jassa Ahluwalia, Waleed Akhtar, Sartaj Garewal and Simon Rivers – are terrific."

The Stage - "Jassa Ahluwalia – building on the considerable promise he showed in Piranha Heights at the Old Red Lion and Isley Lynn’s super-smart sex comedy Skin a Cat"

Fringe Frame - ★★★★ - "Jassa Ahluwalia is outstanding as the naïve officer, whose progression from terror to self-assuredness is subtly realised."

Stage Review - ★★★★ - "Jassa Ahluwalia who, despite being half Indian, is outstanding as a terrified English officer on his first day at the Front Line."

Natasha Tripney (Reviews Editor, The Stage) - "Jassa Ahluwalia definitely one to watch"

Behind the Arras - ★★★★★ - "a masterclass of storytelling, powerful acting, and attention to detail. It is a genuine team effort and every member of the production has excelled."

What's On - "a moving tale of four people completely out of their depth, figuring out how to do the right thing"