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News: David Baddiel's Debut Play To Be Performed At Soho Theatre

David Baddiel’s first original stage play, starring Alan Davies, is to be performed at the Soho Theatre as part of their autumn season.

Baddiel’s first original stage play God’s Dice, is a tragicomedy "about the power of belief and our quest for truth in a fractured world." It will be directed by James Grieve.


News: UK Tour For David Baddiel's New Trolls Show – Tickets On Sale Now

Following his Olivier-nominated hit My Family: Not The Sitcom and the return to number one of his football anthem 'Three Lions', David Baddiel comes back to the stage with a new show, Trolls: Not The Dolls.


News: The Making Of A Comedy Show With David Baddiel

BBC Radio is to broadcast a documentary following David Baddiel as he works on his latest stage show. 

In this episode of radio series In The Studio producer Giles Edwards, who has worked with Baddiel for several years as his radio producer, spends time with him over several weeks as he prepares for, and then debuts, a work-in-progress version of his new show, Trolls: Not The Dolls, the follow-up to his acclaimed piece My Family (Not The Sitcom).


News: New Film With Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, David Baddiel

David Baddiel, Helen Lederer, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are some of the stars who make appearances in a new dark, satirical comedy short film, To Trend On Twitter.
The story follows single mother Susie Jenkins (Keeley-Jo Jupp) as she becomes famous online for having a terminally ill son.

News: Why Baddiel & Skinner Didn't Sing Three Lions Live During The World Cup

Comedian Frank Skinner has revealed why he and David Baddiel didn't sing Three Lions live onstage during the World Cup.

They were invited to perform the football anthem, which recently returned to the top of the charts, in Hyde Park when the England versus Croatia semi-final was being screened. The Lightning Seeds, featuring the song's co-writer Ian Broudie had agreed to perform in from of the packed open air audience of hopeful England fans.

News: Comedy World Reacts To England World Cup Win

David Baddiel (pictured with Frank Skinner): "It’s just about still coming home."


News: David Baddiel Takes On The Trolls In His Next Show

Currently on a nationwide, recently-extended tour of the critically-acclaimed, Olivier Award-nominated stand-up show My Family: Not the Sitcom, David Baddiel has announced a work-in-progress run at Soho Theatre of his brand new show Trolls: Not the Dolls (Working title).


News: RSC Gig For David Baddiel

David Baddiel is to perform his acclaimed one-person show My Family: Not The Sitcom at the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

The special event will take place on Sunday 3 June 2018. 


News: National Tour For David Baddiel's My Family: Not The Sitcom

Update 2/3: More tour dates added due to demand in Oxford and Cambridge, as well as extra shows added for Stafford, Exeter, Lancaster, Durham and Swindon. Click links below for full details. It's an excellent show, go see it.


News: Baddiel & Newman Reunited...Via Twitter

One time arena-filling double act superstars David Baddiel and Rob Newman had a public comedic exchange today for the first time in over two decades.

After fan Rachel Palmer quipped on Twitter that whenever she sees Robert Palmer she thinks there's a non-league football team missing a manager David Baddiel responded by saying: "That, of course, is a great @mrrobnewman joke of old. Akthough doesn't work quite so well now Robert Palmer's dead."


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