London Horror Festival: Him Indoors


19th Oct 2019 - 20th Oct 2019

StageSpace - Pleasance London



Important information:

This show contains strobe lights and strong language.

Come on down to Tittitutar Town where things are not quite right. After getting a suspicious call, a journalist takes a journey on a story that will make his career. Hearing about a strange lady who claims she has a small man squatting inside her stomach, he heads up North to meet her and the rest of the town’s strange inhabitants...

Think The Mighty Booshmeets The Wicker Man, with eels. But the eels are demons. And they’re inside a northern girl who looks a bit like the exorcist, but with a better sense of humour. Welcome to Tittitutar Town. A laugh-out-loud, absurd comedy horror play, attracting alt-comedy fans and horror-heads alike. 


In the quaint Northern town of Tittitutar, something’s not quite right, and a very serious journalist is determined to get to the bottom of it. A scary spooky girl has a small man inside her, so they say. A tiny little man trapped in her belly. Don’t believe it? Meet the town’s many strange inhabitants, and find out for yourself…

Open/closeReviews and Quotations

★★★★★ 'It takes a very special performer to pull off a show of utter silliness and retain artistic integrity… Heavy-metal female comedy with Gothic overtones...It is one of those shows that I would describe as a work of genius without being able to pin down exactly why.’ Lynne Parker, Funny Women
5 stars
Funny women
★★★★★ Not even a show I intended to review but, after watching it, I found I had a moral obligation to do so….This act could – and should – be playing, and selling-out, big venues. I can’t wait to see her perform again. It is the silliest, maddest, funniest hour I have ever spent and it is fantastic' Fringe Review
5 stars
Fringe review
Like The Mighty Boosh in a minor key, Dead Ghost Star present a weird and wonderful double act of surreal, whimsical and thoroughly endearing comedy. Mr Dinner (Donal Coonan) and Cheekykita (Sonja Quita Doubleday) seek the limits of space, comedy and beyond. This is a show full of odd characters, non sequiturs and inexplicable digressions that always seem to come off. It exudes an endlessly quirky, awkward charm which can’t fail to win you over.
4 stars
Broadway baby

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