Grimes and McKee's alternative Christmas story 'Howl!' is as outrageously funny as their previous performances, and offers up the kind of Northern Ireland humour you have come to expect from the talented duo.
The sppof of 'Little Red Riding Hood' tells the story of a drama group of five - each with their own personal story to tell - coming together to put on a Christmas panto. This show, however, is for adult audiences who like a seasonal show without the twee, to set them up for the holidays.
There are plenty of laughs while the production is being unhatched, in the build up to the performances with songs, dances and willing or unwilling audience participation. But, as expected, this doesn't go according to plan, and there is plenty of slapstick humour as the performers ploughed on. Sometimes, the actors don't even have to say anything before you go into fits of laughter.
Initially, it takes a while to get used to the Elmwood Hall when you are used to the traditional form of the Lyric Theatre, but the performance takes over as you wonder what is going to happen next.
Howl! is at the Elmwood Hall until 2 January.