Drunk History. Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions
Drunk History

Drunk History

  • TV comedy
  • Comedy Central
  • 2014 - 2017
  • 29 episodes (3 series)

British version of the hit US format in which an inebriated narrator attempts to recount an event from history. Stars Jimmy Carr.

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Series 3, Episode 9

Drunk History. Image shows from L to R: Anne Hathaway (Sian Gibson), William Shakespeare (Mark Heap). Copyright: Tiger Aspect Productions
Keith Allen is William Wallace as a sloshed Daniel Sloss remembers the Battle of Stirling Bridge while Tom Davis tells how Shakespeare went gangster starring Mark Heap as the bard and Sian Gibson as Anne Hathaway.

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Broadcast details

Wednesday 3rd May 2017
Comedy Central


Show past repeats

Date Time Channel
Thursday 4th May 2017 11:00pm Comedy Central
Friday 5th May 2017 10:45pm CC Extra
Sunday 7th May 2017 1:00am Comedy Central
Monday 8th May 2017 12:55am CC Extra
Tuesday 9th May 2017 12:05am Comedy Central
Monday 26th February 2018 2:30am CC Extra
Thursday 27th September 2018 3:00am CC Extra
Wednesday 22nd May 2019 3:00am CC Extra
Friday 13th November 2020 1:30am CC Extra
Saturday 30th October 2021 2:30am CC Extra
Monday 1st November 2021 3:20am CC Extra
Friday 18th February 2022 3:20am CC Extra
Sunday 24th April 2022 2:05am CC Extra
Saturday 30th April 2022 2:00am CC Extra
Thursday 23rd June 2022 12:30am CC Extra
Saturday 25th June 2022 2:35am CC Extra
Monday 30th January 2023 11:30pm Comedy Central
Wednesday 19th July 2023 4:05am CC Extra
Wednesday 1st May 2024 12:40am Comedy Central
Sunday 5th May 2024 3:55am CC Extra

Cast & crew

Jimmy Carr Narrator
Guest cast
Mark Heap William Shakespeare
Sian Gibson Anne Hathaway
Jake Canuso Actor
Edward Aczel Public Critic
James McNicholas Villager
Keith Allen William Wallace
Jason Forbes Scot
Adam Foster Steven
Alexander Kirk (as Alex Kirk) King Edward I
Jonny Sweet John de Warenne
Jim Howick Hugh de Cressingham
Tyger Drew-Honey Sir Richard Lundie
Tom Davis Self
Daniel Sloss Self
Writing team
Dominic English Writer (Additional Material)
Production team
Tom McKay Director
Ben Rogers Producer
Andy Brereton Executive Producer
Louise Holmes Executive Producer
Matt Tiller Executive Producer
Stuart Lutes Editor
Rachel Spann Editor
Jo Sutherland Production Designer
Sally Broome Casting Director
Lucy Williams Costume Designer
Ben Bee Director of Photography
Juliette Tomes Make-up Designer
Nick Murray Willis Animation
Adam Morris 1st Assistant Director


William Wallace really liked his skin

Daniel Sloss is sloshed.

Featuring: Keith Allen (William Wallace), Adam Foster (Steven), Jim Howick (Hugh de Cressingham) & Daniel Sloss.

Shakespeare's Worst Ever Play

Tom Davis explains how you can't please all the people all the time...

Featuring: Mark Heap (William Shakespeare), Edward Aczel (Public Critic) & Tom Davis.

William Wallace meets some monks

Daniel Sloss tries to remember the story of William Wallace.

Featuring: Keith Allen (William Wallace), Jason Forbes (Scot), Adam Foster (Steven) & Daniel Sloss.

Shakespeare is going back to London

Tom Davis talks about how Shakespeare explained to Anne Hathaway that he was going back to London.

Featuring: Mark Heap (William Shakespeare), Sian Gibson (Anne Hathaway) & Tom Davis.

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