Booze NYC Reviews and Tickets

(4 Reviews)
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Clever, Entertaining, Ambitious, Captivating, Absorbing

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A site-specific experience at The Churchill Tavern, this new play chronicles an unlikely friendship is formed between two young girls in the streets of London. 

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Clever, Entertaining, Funny, Touching, Captivating

See it if In the course of one night, two underage British girls go pub crawling in London. Quality level of a very good fringe show.

Don't see it if ... you're not interested in two young women testing boundaries and bonding. Excellent writing, acting, direction. Great use of the space.

Delightful, Clever, Entertaining, Great acting, Refreshing

See it if You enjoy being immersed in another culture and transported to another country, seeing through the eyes of others faced with their reality.

Don't see it if If you don't like devised theatre of high caliber that takes you outside of the proscenium arch, or if you can't understand Glasgow accents.

Clever, Edgy, Ambitious, Entertaining

See it if you want to get a feel for the youth scene in London. Fast paced, good acting, well written.

Don't see it if you don't like site specific plays, and you don't like sitting on hard wooden bar seats for over an hour.

Absorbing, Clever, Ambitious

See it if Complex & effective rendition of the novel as a musical. Sickening but also moving, clever & humorous. Excellent vocals & staging.

Don't see it if no reason

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