Garth Marenghi TerrorTome Book Tour

Garth Marenghi, the cult comedy character portrayed by Matthew Holness announces an 18-date live show across the UK.

Starting in November 2022 in support of his first spine-tingling book TerrorTome, an unmissable and entertaining read for all fans of comedy, horror, and Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace.

An official synopsis of the book and show explains: “When horror writer Nick Steen gets sucked into a cursed typewriter by the terrifying Typeface, Dark Lord of the Prolix, the hellish visions inside his head are unleashed for real.

“Forced to fight his escaping imagination – now leaking out of his own brain – Nick must defend the town of Stalkford from his own fictional horrors, including avascular-necrosis-obsessed serial killer Nelson Strain and Nick’s dreaded throppleganger, the Dark Third.”

Hardback copies of TerrorTome will be available for purchase on the day.

Be warned: signings are strictly time-limited and you’ll get no more than one minute with the world’s greatest Frighternerman, Darkscribe, Doomsage (plus Man-Shee) before you’re moved on and/or manhandled.

TICKETS: Tickets go on sale November 4 at 10am at Live Nation.

November 2022

Sat 12 November – Stratford Literary Festival, Stratford-upon-Avon

Tue 15 November – Reading Arts (South Street), Reading

Wed 16 November – Redgrave Theatre, Bristol

Thu 17 November – Leicester Square Theatre, London

Tue 22 November – Glee Club, Birmingham

Wed 23 November – The Leadmill, Sheffield

Thu 24 November – The Lowry (Quays), Salford

Fri 25 November – Middlesbrough Town Hall (The Crypt), Middlesbrough

Sat 26 November – The Stand Comedy Club, Newcastle

Sun 27 November – Glasgow Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

Tue 29 November – Cambridge Junction, Cambridge

December 2022

Thu 1 December – The Y Theatre, Leicester

Fri 2 December – Old Firestation, Oxford

Sun 4 December – Komedia, Bath

Wed 7 December – The Old Market, Brighton

Fri 9 December – Royal & Derngate (Royal), Northampton

Sun 11 December – The Stables (Jim Marshall Auditorium), Milton Keynes

Tue 13 December – Norwich Theatre Royal (Stage Two), Norwich