Critically acclaimed character comic, cabaret creep and sicko storyteller, Nathan Dean Williams (‘A filthy, twisted Alan Bennett for the jilted generation.’ The Fix, Top 3 solo comedy 2011 – Fringe Review) returns to Soho Theatre with a frighteningly festive seasonal spectacular that may possibly ruin your Christmas. Santa fetishists, reindeer interference, festive freaks and fruitcakes. Twisted tales and sketches from the murky corners of an unwell mind.
Mirth. Myrrh. Murder. Merriment.
Laugh. Cry. Puke. Whatever.
Joined by special guests, highly original sketch comedy duo Toby.
From the writer/performer of critically acclaimed, cult Edinburgh hits Cheeky Beggars’ Banquet and The Buffet.
For Cheeky Beggars Banquet…
‘Sheer comedic joy…perfectly served by the taut brilliance of the writing.’ ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
Niftily adrift of the mainstream…Laugh out loud.’ ★★★★ Three Weeks
For The Buffet…
‘Compelling… glorious…poetic… Skillfully blending comedy with pathos… For those who find a perverse delight in the darkest depths of human nature, you’re going to love it.’ ★★★★ Spoonfed
‘Mesmerising intensity…a powerful performer who’s presence reaches past the stage and grabs the audience by their throats…a compelling experience with some of the blackest laughs in town.’ Skinny
‘It’s brilliant…Black as treacle…League of Gentlemen by way of Alan Bennett… very sharp, dark writing and a solid delivery from Williams. Expect slow, dark pacing, and the impulse to stand proud and applaud by the end.’ Londonist