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Drunk History. Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.

Drunk History

Comedy Central comedy in which drunk comedians tell stories. 29 episodes (3 series), 2014 - 2017. Stars Jimmy Carr.

Series 1, Episode 1

Drunk History. King Henry VIII (Tom Davis). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions.
Tonight Rob Beckett on Henry VIII, Kerry Howard talks Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and James Acaster on The Black Death.

Broadcast details

Date
Monday 12th January 2015
Time
10pm
Channel
Comedy Central
Length
30 minutes

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    Cast & crew

    Regular cast
    Jimmy Carr Narrator
    Guest cast
    Tom Davis King Henry VIII
    Mathew Horne Thomas Cromwell
    Marek Larwood Hans Holbein
    Dustin Demri-Burns Sir Anthony Browne
    Tony Way Anne of Cleves
    Rebecca Front Queen Victoria
    Joel Fry Prince Albert
    Lisa McAllister Courtier
    Richard Rycroft Albert's Friend
    Mark Davison Royal Doctor
    Rob Beckett Self
    Kerry Howard Self
    James Acaster Self
    Writing team
    Dominic English Writer (Additional Material)
    Production team
    Tom McKay Director
    Ben Rogers Producer
    Andrew Brereton (as Andy Brereton) Executive Producer
    Jill Offman Executive Producer
    Lourdes Diaz Executive Producer
    Joe McVey Executive Producer
    Stuart Lutes Editor
    Guy Tetzner Editor
    Andy Kinnear Editor
    Jim Holloway Production Designer
    Charlotte Pearson Production Designer

    Videos

    Henry VIII - Part 1

    A smashed Rob Beckett tries to tell the story of Henry VIII.

    Featuring: Rob Beckett.

    Henry VIII - Part 2

    The second part of the story from Rob Beckett.

    Featuring: Rob Beckett, Tom Davis (King Henry VIII), Dustin Demri-Burns (Sir Anthony Browne), Tony Way (Anne of Cleves).

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