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The Javone Prince Show

The Javone Prince Show

  • TV sketch show
  • BBC Two
  • 2015
  • 4 episodes (1 series)

Sketch comedy series starring Javone Prince. Also features Stephen Harvey, Akemnji Ndifornyen, Alastair Roberts, Ann Akin, Eleanor Lawrence and more.

Press clippings

5 minutes with: Javone Prince

'Everyone thinks I'm a comic but I trained as a straight actor'

Emily Cole, What's On Stage, 12th May 2016

Have you been watching The Javone Prince Show?

This new comedy sketch show offers parodies, cringe-inducing moments about matters of race in middle England - and the opportunity to dance to Cameo.

Hannah J Davies, The Guardian, 23rd July 2015

The Javone Prince Show, BBC Two

Strong opener for new black sketch comedy.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 20th July 2015

Javone Prince - the new Mr Darcy?

We spoke to Phil Bowker and Javone Prince about their latest project for BBC Two, which is a mix of stand-up comedy, live music and sketches.

Emma Bradshaw, BBC Blogs, 20th July 2015

Javone Prince talks about his new BBC2 comedy

The thirtysomething Londoner Javone Prince talks about why he doesn't see himself as a "black" comedian.

Ben Dowell, Radio Times, 19th July 2015

TV preview: The Javone Prince Show

The entertainment is slick, the tone enjoyable, yet behind the superficial confidence it feels like a show yet to really find its mojo.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 19th July 2015

Javone Prince: 'It's lovely to make people belly laugh'

The PhoneShop star Javone Prince hopes to shake up primetime with a new BBC Two sketch show about young black Britain.

Rachel Aroesti, The Guardian, 19th July 2015

The Javone Prince Show, TV review

A racially astute comedy show from a young talent who deserves to be a star.

Ellen E Jones, The Independent, 19th July 2015

Javone Prince interview

The star of cult comedy PhoneShop has been upgraded to solo contract.

Jennifer Rodger, The Mirror, 18th July 2015

TV preview: The Javone Prince Show, BBC Two

A fresh new face for British comedy gets his own show.

Henry Northmore, The List, 14th July 2015

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