Salad Fingers creator David Firth is bringing his tour to Sheffield

We’ll be able to watch every episode

Salad Fingers, the odd and downright bizarre viral Youtube series that confused a generation is coming to Sheffield this July.

David Firth, the creator, is marking the 15th anniversary by bringing his series to the big screen with showings of the ‘rusty spoons’ classic across the UK, including to The Leadmill in Sheffield.

David first brought Salad Fingers onto our Youtube screens in 2004, introducing millions of us to the green character as he explores a post-apocalyptic wasteland with his best pal Hubert Cumberdale.

British teens would rush home after school, log onto the computer and kill their homework time watching Firths series, making it one of the most popular online series of the noughties.

So, whether the Salad Fingers series is the stuff of nightmares to you or you’re a mutual rusty spoons lover, this tour is bound to bring the nostalgia.

Fans will enjoy a showing of all 11 episodes of Salad Fingers before David Firth hosts a Q+A where you can ask all of your burning questions about the horrifyingly weird viral series.

The Sheffield showing takes place on July 15 at The Leadmill and tickets are £14.20, available here.