Whisk(e)y Wars
  • Brighton Fringe

It's all in that title, really. A family saga about men, women and whisk(e)y " what's not to love - and Edinburgh Fringe 2021 loved it - so shes back.Laced with dry Northern Ireland wit and casked in raw emotion, embrace Tam Tully as she fights to save her eight-generation Ulster whiskey distillery from takeovers, tragedy and treachery by crafting the Holy Grail of whisk(e)y, the perfect single malt. Joyce is an award-winning writer/actress with credits from The Royal Court to The Liverpool Empire and is the NI voice in Ubisofts 'Watch Dogs: Legion'! "Told with Northern Irish wit and an understated acting style, Greenaways first show at the fringe breaks free from the Fleabag formula which seems to dominate a lot of one-woman shows.It is an unusual and original tale, and Greenaways innovation and talent embodies the spirit of the Fringe." (EdFringeReview 2021)Please note that due to the pub licencing, the 3:15pm performances will be suitable for 16+, but the 8:15pm performances are strictly 18+.

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