Sirens: so powerful, that even men turn into feminists

De Standaard – Wouter Hillaert ***

Throughout the years, Ontroerend Goed has become so much cleverer and fiercer in its strategy of confrontation, which makes the opinion of six all the more powerful: the male norm still starts too often between the legs

De Standaard – Wouter Hillaert ***

It's the unexpected juxtapositions that make this beautifully put-together show so startling and so thought-provoking.  Big, bold, brazen, and not a hussy in sight.  Only real women asking what it means to be a feminist.

The Guardian – Lyn Gardner ****

despite what sometimes seems a disturbingly confused line of thought, Sirens emerges as a tremendously vivid piece of work about young western women in the early 21st century, checking their privilege, identifying the battles still unwon, insisting on the right to express their own blazing sexuality; and using their voices in ways that break new theatrical ground, and mark this show out as a fantastic theatrical experiment…

The Scotsman - Joyce McMillan ****

The language is lacerating, the performances bruising in their upfront intensity – and the effect is utterly exhilarating.

The Times – Sam Marlowe *****