Bryony Kimmings: 7 Day Drunk

  • Tue 13 - Sat 31 March, 7.45pm
  • £10 - 15

‘A RIOTOUS RIDE.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

‘Delivered with self-aware wit and a whole lot of glitter. Get it down you!’
★★★★ Time Out CRITICSCHOICE

Bryony Kimmings - 7 Day Drunk

See what people have been saying on Twitter here

‘One part sobering social critique, three parts DIY glitterf*ck… A funny, sad, daft and entirely convincing experience.’
★★★★ Exeunt

‘A glitter-spewed dazzler of a performance…the utterly magnetic Kimmings.’
★★★★ Remote Goat

‘It’s enthralling, entrancing, life-enhancing. Go!’ ★★★★ Whatsonstage

Bryony Kimmings is NOT an alcoholic.

But she has always had a rocky relationship with booze. It seems the dark stuff is intrinsically linked to her confidence as an artist as well as to blame for her most genius and most hideous creations.

From Jackson Pollock to Amy Winehouse, from Oscar Wilde to Charlie Sheen, everyone’s on something but why?! From the Total Theatre award-winning creator of Sex Idiot comes a hilarious, riotous and moving one-woman show investigating the historical links between artists and mind enhancing drugs.

Join Bryony for her Birthday Bash on Friday 30 March as she takes over Soho Downstairs for a party, featuring performances from Scottee, Brian Lobel and Richard Dedomenici. Bar open until 1am.

Follow Bryony’s 7 Day Drunk blog!

A Soho Theatre and Junction co-commission. Supported by Escalator East to Edinburgh and Arts Council England. 7 Day Drunk experiment supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. Subsidised rehearsal space provided by Jerwood Space.

Premium Table Seats
Reserve a prime location table for up to four people with a pitcher of beer or a bottle of wine: to book, please call our box office on 020 7478 0100
Tue 13 – Thu 15 March: £60 per table
Fri 16 – Sat 31 March: £80 per table

TICKETS
£10 13 – 15 Mar
£15 16-31 Mar

See what people have been saying on Twitter here

‘A RIOTOUS RIDE.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

‘Delivered with self-aware wit and a whole lot of glitter. Get it down you!’ ★★★★ Time Out CRITICSCHOICE

‘One part sobering social critique, three parts DIY glitterf*ck… A funny, sad, daft and entirely convincing experience.’
★★★★ Exeunt

‘A glitter-spewed dazzler of a performance…the utterly magnetic Kimmings.’
★★★★ Remote Goat

‘It’s enthralling, entrancing, life-enhancing. Go!’
★★★★ Whatsonstage

‘An unabashedly wacky sweetheart with a delightful anything goes air.’
Times

‘A bold, brassy yet sobering show with lots of bottle.’
Guardian

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