It’s 1973. Welcome to the worst film never made. Thankfully, there’s only one scene left to shoot.
The fire has been contained, the wigs have been sterilised, and the star has been replaced after The Accident. Surely, nothing else can be waiting in the dark...
Award-winning comedy captains Kill the Beast return with their brand-new show:
Noises Off meets The Exorcist, Carrie meets Singin’ In The Rain. Combining live-film, original music, more wigs than ever before, and a problematic monkey, Director’s Cut is a fast-paced, utterly silly and spine-tingling adventure of haunted Hollywood hilarity.
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Kill the Beast are a multi-award-winning comedy writers and performers who, since their formation in 2012, have written and produced four hugely successful, critically-acclaimed shows all of which have toured to sell-out audiences throughout the UK. Combining darkly comic scripts, slick physical stagecraft and inventive use of projection and design, Kill the Beast have created their own recognisable brand of exciting, original comedy theatre and are fast building a reputation in the industry as innovators in their field.
2018 sees the release of Kill the Beast's first ever podcast - Eglantine Whitechapel: Supernatural Detective.
Writer: Kill the Beast
Performers: David Cumming, Natasha Hodgson, Ollie Jones, Zoe Roberts
Director & Designer: Clem Garritty
Music: David Cumming
Lyrics: Kill the Beast
Song Production: Felix Hagan
Production Manager: Adam Eastwood
Lighting Designer: Sherry Coenen
Video Designer: Alex Purcell
Sound Designer: David Cumming
Costume Designer: Emma Tompkins
Set Construction: Johnson Bespoke
Scenic Painter: Giorgia Joseph
Props: Bryan Woltjen
THE SKINNY: ★★★★
"A ridiculous, well-timed, triumphant comedy horror"
THE STAGE: ★★★★
"Majestically daft and incredibly funny"
THE LIST: ★★★★