Camping. Image shows from L to R: Tom (Rufus Jones), Fay (Julia Davis). Copyright: Baby Cow Productions

Camping (2016)

  • TV sitcom
  • Sky Atlantic
  • 2016
  • 6 episodes (1 series)

Sitcom about three couples on a camping trip together. Created by Julia Davis. Stars Julia Davis, Rufus Jones, Vicki Pepperdine, Steve Pemberton, Jonathan Cake and more.

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Series 1, Episode 4

Camping. Image shows from L to R: Robin (Steve Pemberton), Archie (Oaklee Pendergast), Fiona (Vicki Pepperdine). Copyright: Baby Cow Productions
Robin makes an attempt to reignite his and Fi's sex life for his birthday, while Tom gets some bad news regarding his estranged wife.

Broadcast details

Tuesday 19th April 2016
Sky Atlantic
30 minutes


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Friday 22nd April 2016 12:25am Sky Atlantic
Friday 26th August 2016 10:40pm Sky Atlantic
Tuesday 13th December 2016 10:35pm Sky Atlantic
Monday 27th November 2017 11:25pm Sky Atlantic
Wednesday 19th January 2022 10:00pm Sky Comedy
Thursday 21st July 2022 10:50pm Sky Comedy
Monday 13th February 2023 1:05am Sky Comedy
Saturday 18th February 2023 2:35am Sky Comedy

Cast & crew

Julia Davis Fay
Rufus Jones Tom
Vicki Pepperdine Fiona
Steve Pemberton Robin
Jonathan Cake Adam
Elizabeth Berrington Kerry
Oaklee Pendergast Archie
Shaun Aylward Davey
Guest cast
Rhianna Merralls Lisa
Writing team
Julia Davis Writer
Barunka O'Shaughnessy Script Editor
Production team
Julia Davis Director
Ted Dowd Producer
Lucy Lumsden Executive Producer
Ben Boyer Executive Producer
Julia Davis Executive Producer
Lindsay Hughes Executive Producer
Henry Normal Executive Producer
Lucien Clayton Editor
David Ferris Production Designer


Review: Camping, Sky Atlantic, eps 3 & 4

I was probably a bit unfair to dub this series Nighty Night On Holiday when I first heard about Camping].

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 20th April 2016

Camping is only two episodes in and it already has me squirming uncomfortably in my seat, unable to look away as she and a superb cast of improvising comedy whizzes take us to a very dark place indeed.

A group of friends and family go for a short break under canvas and all their hidden, and not so hidden, unpleasantnesses start to emerge. Davis seems to inspire absolute trust from the folk she works with and there's nothing more thrilling than watching actors squeezing their emotional spots on screen and really going for it. Catch up if you haven't seen it. It's horrible.

Julia Raeside, Standard Issue, 18th April 2016

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