This is a very clever and interactive tour; you're taken into the grim history of how these poor women coped with energy and wit and simple but powerful storytelling. We were taken on a journey with basically stone walls, skilled performers and a really imaginative style. Dare I say, the women would have been very pleased with how their plight was presented.
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