The reformed miser sets about celebrating his first holiday as a changed man, determined to throw the best Christmas party London has ever seen! Only he's not sure how, especially when it comes to a tipple or two. He summons Marley and the duo sets off on another ghostly adventure to meet three new Christmas Spirits who teach Scrooge the tales behind various libations. In this interactive show, you'll get to sample some up-to-the-minute cocktails alongside holiday party standards, and learn how to make your own from expert mixologists.
See it if you want something fun to do, especially if you like experimenting with new drinks. Corny fun but it's exactly what you think it will be.
Don't see it if you're expecting a high brow evening or top notch sets & costumes. This is silly fun but done well. The cast really put their heart in it.
See it if You enjoy drinking and are okay with a very silly play that revolves around the drinks that you are drinking with some singing thrown in.
Don't see it if you don't drink. I don't a drinker and while I enjoyed the silly story and the characters, I would have enjoyed this more if I liked alcohol
See it if You like show that include beverages in the ticket price; you are ok with many inside jokes about being a struggling actor in NYC.
Don't see it if The young actors do their best but are not given much material to work with. The a cappella arrangements are motonous, but pretty.
See it if You love the holiday season, are open to a new spin on the classic, "A Christmas Carol," and holiday music, holiday drinks and ice cream.
Don't see it if You do not like small-scale holiday shows/music, acapella singing, any tampering with the classics, drinking, or mini history lessons
See it if you want to live the Christmas spirit in a cute funny way, and you want toidrink very bad cocktails.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear Christmas jokes, if you don't like to drink
See it if better see The Spirited History or the Day Drinking. This one is the worst from the Imbible series. The drinks are not good too.
Don't see it if you dislike poorly maintained, ran-down theatres. You want something original-this one is a tired version of others from the Imbible series.
See it if You're in need of some holiday cheer, creative cocktails are your jam, you want a fun night out with pals.
Don't see it if You're not into drinking, audience participation gives you hives
See it if you want to spend see a loosely held together show combining Christmas songs, free drinks, and some interesting history of cocktails.
Don't see it if you want to see anything of substance.
See it if you like to see different ways to do a live show, like drinking, history and Christmas carols.
Don't see it if You want more of a story, hate audience participation or don't like mixed drinks.
See it if you get a free ticket and want to waste two hours hearing weakly sung a capella arrangements of Christmas tunes.
Don't see it if you'd rather spend your money buying good cocktails than drinking the free mediocre ones provided with the ticket price.
See it if you want something light and fun for a night, you want some interesting drinks with your ticket, you love Christmas carols
Don't see it if you're not down for alcohol, you don't feel like a history lesson and want a narrative-driven story, you're a real Scrooge
See it if you want to have fun, hear Christmas songs, drink some cocktails and maybe learn a little about those drinks.
Don't see it if you already have a favorite bar complete with fun talkative bartenders and good live music.
See it if you really enjoy cream-based drinks, especially when they are free; you like "campy" performances
Don't see it if you can get tickets to see any of the other "performance with drinks" shows happening now; you don't want to have to get drunk to have fun
See it if drinking eggnog while lessening to a capella christmas songs and cocktail mixing info in off-off Broadway setting attract your interest.
Don't see it if production promotion of brand name liquor is not your taste. May have difficulty navigating two flights of stairs. Want musical instruments.
See it if You just want a fun night & not take it too seriously. It's silly, the cast is adorable. Drinks are meh, but you get the history behind them
Don't see it if You want serious theater.
See it if you like a Christmas Carol, and caroling, and want to learn something about the history of cocktails and enjoy a few along the way.
Don't see it if you want a traditional rendition of the Dicken's classic, and don't enjoy holiday cocktails.
See it if You're not looking for anything serious, would like to grab some tasty holiday-themed cocktails
Don't see it if You're looking for Charles Dickens
See it if Want to have a few drinks in a new way. Bar in a classroom type show. The cast/bartenders had great comic timing
Don't see it if If you aren't a drinker and never cared about alcohol. This history can get a little off script and slow in sections.
See it if You enjoy holiday-themed shows, esp Christmas Carol, plus like to drink/are interested in the history of drinks. Cute and entertaining.
Don't see it if You're expecting world-class, high-brow theater. It's low-budget in an adorable way. Or if you hate audience participation. And caroling.
See it if You want to go with friends for a fun night out with laughs, drinks, and a bit of audience participation
Don't see it if You want serious theater, a big production, or aren't interested in facts (about alcohol and chocolate) combined with a Capella carols