WHAT other people SAY ABOUT DIRTY PROTEST

 
There are few people making theatre this exciting in Wales today
— The Guardian
In the same week as TAXI, Cardiff was treated to critically acclaimed theatre from Motherlode, Cwmni Pluen and otherMother. Dirty Protest will have played a part in some of those theatremakers’ development, a testament to how important it is to Wales. This isn’t just a theatre company or a hub for new writers; it’s a loyal community of passionate artists and passionate audiences. In these uncertain times for the arts, Dirty Protest is exactly what we need.
— Jafar Iqbal, Critically Speaking
Dirty Protest is one of the most dynamic initiatives in theatre at the moment – a mad, messy collective of writers and theatre artists with something worthwhile to say
— John McGrath, Artistic Director of National Theatre of Wales