The web animation shot to fame back in 2004.
Doncaster born David Firth’s Salad Fingers is one of the most popular web series of internet culture, receiving 36 million views on its first episode alone. The series as a whole has racked up a whopping 110 million views on Youtube since its 2004 debut, with Firth also finding success with projects such as MC Devvo and numerous projects commissioned by the BBC.
Now, fans of his work can enjoy Salad Fingers live, with the flash animation coming to the big screen at The Comedy Store.
All 11 episodes of the series will be screened for fans, with Firth on hand at the event to take part in a live Q&A at the end, where he’ll discuss Salad Fingers’ inception and answer all your burning questions.
Salad Fingers is a series about a humanoid who survived a zombie apocalypse, who now lives with a virus that’s turned his skin green and created delusions in his head. The dark animation was named in the San Francisco Chronicle’s top 10 pop culture phenomena back in 2005, a testament to just how successful the viral series was.
The special event will take place on 20 July at 8.30pm and you can find out more here.