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News: Catherine Tate To Bring Back Lauren For Big Night In

Catherine Tate  is to bring back her badly-behaved schoolgirl role - now struggling with home education  - with David Tennant as her teacher for BBC One's Big Night In.

Tate, 51, played "Am I bovvered?" Lauren alongside a host of other colourful characters in The Catherine Tate Show.

Former Doctor Who Tennant will play her teacher, struggling to teach her remotely.

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News: More Shows For Catherine Tate

Following phenomenal demand for tickets, The Catherine Tate Show Live is to extend its London season at the Wyndham’s Theatre, with a second week of shows from 14 – 19 January.

The London dates - which follow a sold-out tour of Australia and New Zealand - reunite Catherine's best-known characters from her hugely successful BBC series 'The Catherine Tate Show', including 'Nan' Taylor; Irish nurse Bernie; Geordie Georgie; Essex girl Sam and Lauren the Teenager.

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News: London Run For Catherine Tate

Catherine Tate is to return to the West End stage in early 2019 with The Catherine Tate Show Live. The critically acclaimed, award-winning comedian and actor will open for a strictly limited season of seven shows at London’s Wyndham’s Theatre from 7 January 2019.

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News: Catherine Tate To Host The Olivier Awards

Catherine Tate is to host this year's Olivier Awards. The nominations are announced next week on March 6th at 1pm and the awards ceremony will take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 8.

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TV Review: Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled, Dave

We can’t all fit into the green room backstage at comedy gigs where stand-ups shoot the breeze and gossip about each other, but luckily there is always Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled. The latest series returns to Dave tonight to go out nightly after the evening Euro matches.

Joining Davies in the first outing is the starry formation of Stephen Fry, Sandi Toksvig, Sara Pascoe and Alex Edelman. It’s a nice mix of old and new, though there is not much mention of having a past and present QI host in the ranks.

News: Catherine Tate To Tour

Update: Further dates have been added due to demand in York, Basingstoke, Coventry, Northampton, Southend, Llandudno, London, Nottingham and Bristol. And it has been confirmed that TV co-star Mathew Horne will also be appearing. Tickets on sale now. See link below for tickets.

 

Award-winning comedian and actor Catherine Tate will take 'The Catherine Tate Show - Live' across the country this autumn, with a 21 date UK tour starting on 1 November.

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News: Catherine Tate Returns to TV In New Comedy

Catherine Tate is to return to TV. She will star in a new one-off comedy being made for Gold entitled Do Not Disturb set in a boutique hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Tate will be joined by Miles Jupp and Car Share’s Sian Gibson. Do Not Disturb is due to  be broadcast from January 2016. It focuses on estranged husband and wife Anna (Tate) and John (Jupp), who attempt reconciliation talks after her extra marital affair with a much younger man.

News: Catherine Tate's Nan Rides Again

Following the hit BAFTA-nominated one-off which was broadcast on BBC One in 2014, Catherine Tate is bringing her foulmouthed Nan back for two further half hour episodes. The new instalments will be filmed later this year for broadcast in 2016.

The new specials will again be written by Catherine Tate, Brett Goldstein and Dan Swimer, and directed by Geoff Posner.

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Interview: Brett Goldstein on SuperBob

A Hollywood screenwriter couldn’t make it up. We had just finished talking about his role as a London-based superhero when actor and comedian Brett Goldstein came to the rescue in a real-life drama. As we walked to St Pancras station, a man running for a train slipped and head-butted the pavement. In a flash Goldstein was at his side, albeit without changing into his Lycra pants and cape.

TV Review: Big School, BBC1

School's in for summer. Jack Whitehall's Bad Education is due back soon on BBC3 and Greg Davies has a class act, Man Down, coming on C4. But first out of the changing rooms is Big School, which starts on BBC1 tonight and stars David Walliams and Catherine Tate.

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