“it’s a dark treat…had me shaking with laughter” – ★★★★
The Telegraph

‘‘A masterful craftsman of comedy’ ★★★★

“Devastatingly funny”★★★★★
The Reviews Hub

“A deliciously dark edge”
Time Out, No.1 Top Recommended Comedy

“Twisted punchlines, bizarre lunatic charm” ★★★★
The Skinny

“A brilliantly aloof injection of excellence”★★★★
The List

“Like staring into the abyss, go see it”★★★★

“Deadpan, intense and utterly hilarious” ★★★★★
Broadway World

Following a highly anticipated return to Edinburgh Fringe (after being nominated for the Newcomer Award in 2019) Huge Davies (Cats Does Countdown, Roast Battle) has announced he’ll be performing his critically acclaimed show, Whodunnit, downstairs at Soho Theatre from Tuesday 27th February to Saturday 2nd March.

Tickets on general sale from 10am available here 

In this new thrilling ride, Huge takes on the classic role of determined detective using all of his wits to solve the murder mystery at hand. Wearable keyboard? Check! Deadpan delivery? Check! Jokes about murder? Absolutely check! This is silly, hi-jinx comedy. With his quick wit, dark humour and surreal material, Huge will guide audiences through the show as they encounter a maze of clues and red herrings and try to uncover the identity of a killer.

Creator, writer and star of Channel 4 sitcom The Artists, Huge, known for his deadpan delivery whilst wearing a full-sized customised keyboard strapped to himself, has quickly risen to become one of the most unique and captivating acts in the UK.

His previous show The Carpark transferred to Soho Theatre and was featured in Time Out as the Number 1 Comedy Show to See. Following excessive demand, it was given three extra runs and filmed by LA based production company 800 Pound Gorilla Media which was released in July 2023.

As well as his own sitcom, Huge regularly appears on our screens, appearances include 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Harry Hill’s Clubnite, Roast Battle, Jools Holland, Hypothetical, Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club, Live at the Comedy Store, Comedians Giving Lectures and The Stand Up Sketch Show. Huge has also worked as a writer for Never Mind The Buzzcocks & Famalam, is a regular performer on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show and co-hosts live podcast The Film Quiz with fellow comic Nick Helm.


What the press said about Whodunnit  

“Heaving dry-wretches of laughter” ★★★★½
To do list

“Huge Davies is possibly the most miserable man you’ll see at this year’s Fringe, and you’ll have a bloody brilliant time.” ★★★★
Fest Magazine

“Huge Davies is becoming a master of the craft when it comes to drawn-out jokes, wrongfooting his audience and reeling out unexpected anecdotes from seemingly simple premises” ★★★★
The List

“His comedy crackles with energy. Every joke is tied to the ridiculous of the everyday, and every one ridiculously funny.” ★★★★★
Ed Fringe Review

“A truly unique act, there wasn’t a dull moment.” ★★★★
Entertainment Now