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Sleep No More

530 W 27th St, The McKittrick Hotel, New York City, NY 10001-5506
+1 212-904-1880
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Such a unique NYC experience

It’s hard to explain what I saw during sleep no more but I think that’s the point. Everyone’s... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Jennifer P
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Best night in NY

To avoid spoilers: don’t be afraid to experience solo - this is really the best way. Follow the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
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530 W 27th St, The McKittrick Hotel, New York City, NY 10001-5506
+1 212-904-1880
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It’s hard to explain what I saw during sleep no more but I think that’s the point. Everyone’s experience is unique because depending on when you enter the hotel to which actors you follow around, you could see a completely different show than your friend....More

Thank Jennifer P
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

To avoid spoilers: don’t be afraid to experience solo - this is really the best way. Follow the actors: there is so much going on and nobody sees everything in one visit but you will maximize it by trying to follow the action from scene...More

1  Thank foodietravel2015
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Although the price is high, Sleep No More is well worth it. The sets, over 4 (or is it 5?) floors are wonderfully designed and you're left to simply explore. The play runs through twice as you're walking around - you can either follow the...More

2  Thank mattrileyx
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the sort of activity you come to New York to experience. Theatre that will challenge you, entertain you and allow you to experience something completely different. An amazing 2 and a half hours that challenged my senses and was worth every cent.

2  Thank Martin B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

From the start, you are immersed into a decadent world through your masks. Floors to explore as you wander through madness, seduction, and powerful performances engaged through theatrical dance. Downside: Pricey and can get very crowded near end that you find it difficult to see...More

4  Thank Jayna T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Even if you've read MacBeth, even if you enjoy theatre, and even if you enjoy alternative artistic performances... You've got to be able to handle 85 degree stuffy sets, mobs of people running around following the actors around, and a real lack of direction to...More

4  Thank Lenier A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In a time of re-runs and box stores, this is an opportunity to do something truly unique and different. This interactive theatre experience was incredible. From a starting point set in a speakeasy, you are fitted with masks and enter into a 5-story parallel universe...More

3  Thank Amy B
Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

We went with 4 couples on a Saturday night and had dinner after in the club car. We all saw different things and had different experiences. Some of us loved it, some had 1:1’s with the actors, some were just watchers and one panicked. Sleep...More

1  Thank Darlene N
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Sleep No More is an immersive theater experience with elaborate sets that incorporate dramatic lighting and sound timed perfectly to the action that will transport you into another world. Get lost behind your mask and allow yourself to be part of the action - follow...More

1  Thank u2girl612
Reviewed 10 October 2017

The McKittrick hotel is beautiful. I would highly recommend hitting the rooftop bar and having dinner there. I did not and my friend and I regretted it. The atmosphere sets you up for the later experience. You do have to check your things, but I...More

1  Thank liztinabeth
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19 August 2017|
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Response from amanda_diaz17 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with Anna B. I would choose another time to go after you have given birth. :)
31 July 2017|
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Response from njr234 | Reviewed this property |
It's hard to say since you walk around by yourselves. Some rooms had 2 or three other people, other rooms might have 50. You are free to come and go as you like.
I'll be traveling to NYC for a long weekend in August 2017 (Fri-Sun) and want to see the show either Saturday or Sunday. I just heard about this show two days ago, and I am so excited about the idea of experiencing it that I'm literally already losing sleep over it, haha! My only real concern is the complaint of overcrowding that I've read from other reviews. I am anticipating that it will be crowded no matter which day I go, but would one day be slightly less crowded than another? And as far as ticket times go, on the Saturday that I'll be there, the earliest staggered times go from 5-6p then again from 9-10pm (2 show times) , whereas the staggered times for the Sunday go from 7-8p (1 show time). I'm hoping to get the most out of my experience and I've read that getting the earliest possible ticket is best, so I'm thinking 5pm on Saturday, but would Sunday any be less crowded (the ticket would be a bit cheaper, so that's a plus)? Thanks for any guidance.
19 July 2017|
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Response from Sonya L | Reviewed this property |
I think the cheaper shows are the ones that typically have less of a crowd. I'm sure between Saturday and Sunday the sat show would be more crowded. Regardless of which show you choose there will be instances during the... More