It’s an absurd ode to the great indoors and the relationships we form with the objects we fill it with – the armchair singing the lost loves that left behind their bum imprints, abandoned utensils with uncertain parenthood, and the sordid spooning going on in your cutlery drawer.
‘Hilarious and mesmerising.’
Like visiting IKEA on acid, this is a psychedelic domestic breakdown that will make you totally rethink your mundane little life.
Welcome to the Great Indoors.
SHORTLISTED: Best Show in the Comedians Choice Awards 2022
One of the Telegraph’s Top Shows of 2022
'Utterly delightful... gloriously daft.'
'A madcap potpourri of mime and existential angst.'
'The master of running visual gags.'
'Squeezes sunshine into the eyeballs of everyone in the room.'
'One of the best shows at the Festival, full stop.'
'Utterly, wonderfully mental.'