This article is from 2006.
Three girls gather to drink, gossip and bleach theirfacial hair, but by the end of the night, each will have revealed a none-too-dark, yet significant, secret. Anyway is what Candice Bushnell would write if she hung out on Leith Walk rather than Fifth Avenue: sex, self-image, and friendship are all treated with an appealing lightness of touch. Shot through with local, self-deprecating humour, spiritual cleansing, one character complains that her aura is ‘minging’. The play delivers on its promise of a ‘girls’ night of the soul’. (Minnie Scott)
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