How The Hell Did I Get Here
How The Hell Did I Get Here

How The Hell Did I Get Here NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Great singing, Funny, Delightful, Clever, Entertaining

About the Show

"Downton Abbey" star Lesley Nicol tells the story of her career through original music.

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Member Reviews (3)

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941 Reviews | 224 Followers
Exquisite, Great acting, Great singing, Clever, Absorbing

See it if Leslie nicol is amazing! Downton abbey star in a cabaret style show talks and sings about her life.

Don't see it if If you don't like intimate cabaret style shows.

764 Reviews | 212 Followers
Funny, Delightful, Entertaining, Great singing, Great writing

See it if you like one person shows where you learn about his/her entire life in an enjoyable fashion, through song, with photos and stories.

Don't see it if if you do not know the work of this actress and do not care about the struggles she faced before stardom.

37 Reviews | 5 Followers
Enchanting, Funny, Delightful

See it if let’s face it, i stopped watching downton during s3. but lesley nicol is incredibly endearing & charming and lovely to spend an hour with

Don't see it if you can’t stop having a convo for an hour of your life, it is a small, quiet room and we can hear you chatting the entire time

Critic Reviews (2)

April 30th, 2022

"'How The Hell Did I Get Here?' plays, from start to finish, like Lesley Nicol has been performing it for a while but the truth is that it is a relatively new project. Perhaps it is running so smoothly because it is, after all, Ms. Nicol's story of her own tenacity, perseverance, resilience, and triumph"
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Off Off Online
April 27th, 2022

"For all the legitimate histrionics and vocal versatility that trace Nicol’s upbringing and somewhat haphazard leap, or rather, creep into stardom, she is her most compelling when she is least theatrical, when the cabaret music, as excellent as it is, subsides, and when, toward the end of the show, she sits downstage, gazing earnestly at the faces in the audience, and just shares."
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