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Alan Davies returns with Little Victories

AlanDaviesALAN DAVIES RETURNS WITH LITTLE VICTORIES

Following the phenomenal success of his spring tour earlier this year, Alan Davies returns to the New Victoria Theatre, Woking with his brand new show, Little Victories, coming to Woking on Sunday 9 November.

His previous show, Life Is Pain – his first UK tour in over a decade – was critically acclaimed in Australia, New Zealand and across the UK and due to unprecedented public demand, was extended twice running for almost 18 months culminating in the release of a DVD of the show filmed at London’s iconic Apollo Hammersmith.

Alan Davies – probably best known as the much-loved resident dunderhead on QI or the star of iconic television series Jonathan Creek – began his career in stand-up comedy in 1988 and since then has won a multitude of awards and nominations including Time Out Best Young Comic, Edinburgh Festival Critics Award for Comedy, nomination for a British Comedy Award as Best Newcomer and a Perrier Award nomination.

In 1996 he took the eponymous role of Jonathan Creek, written by David Renwick. The show continues to attract huge audiences and has won numerous awards, including a BAFTA for Best Drama and a National TV Award. Other theatre & television shows ensued including Urban Trauma at the Duchess Theatre, Russell T. Davies’ Bob & Rose, Auntie and Me by Morris Panych, Stephen Fry’s QI, ITV1’s The Brief, BBC2’s Whites and Sky One’s Little Crackers Christmas season. This year Alan starred in a new series of Jonathan Creek and is currently recording a new series of QI.

His virtuosic story-telling and whip-smart funny bones combine to make this a show not to be missed.

Performance Time & Ticket Information
Sunday 9 November at 8pm
Tickets £28.90 plus a £2.85 transaction fee
You can book tickets by calling the Box Office on 0844 871 7645 (fees apply), Groups Booking Line 0844 871 7601 or online at www.atgtickets.com/woking (fees apply)

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