Monday 12th February 2018
Alan Davies explains how, in the second series of Damned, his character Al is starting to become disillusioned with social work.
Monday 26th September 2016
The cast of Channel 4 social work sitcom Damned talk about the show. They discuss the importance of realism, how improv was used on set, and more.
Monday 2nd November 2015
Alan Davies talks about the return of his show As Yet Untitled. Plus why mobile phones are ruining social interaction, how he is preparing to gig on Everest, and the only fact he remembers from QI.
It feels like a waste of Sara Pascoe, John Kearns and Darren Harriott's talents, all of whom deserve their own shows and not just low budget studio based idiocy like this.Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 7th October 2020
In his fiercely honest memoir, the actor and comedian confronts the painful bereavement and abuse he endured as a child.Fiona Sturges, The Guardian, 11th September 2020
'I've become a huge enemy of silence and secrecy'. The comedian and actor has written a raw and compelling book about his early life, including the abuse he suffered from his father.Jude Rogers, The Observer, 23rd August 2020
Jonathan Creek feature:
Alan Davies's self-assured amateur sleuth and Caroline Quentin's feminist writer take us back to a happy golden age of bad haircuts, landlines and denim.Lydia McMullan, The Guardian, 17th April 2020
This year's Bristol Comedy Garden returns to Queen Square (June 3rd-7th) for a ninth edition of the South West's biggest comedy festival.Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 12th March 2020
Leicester Comedy Festival has been part of the city's calendar since 1994 when it began as a student project by then Leicester Polytechnic student Geoff Rowe.De Montfort University, 6th February 2020
It is enjoyable to watch and the content is fascinating. It just needs a bit more spark to get where it needs to be.Kari Megeed, The Upcoming, 4th November 2019