Julia Davis

Julia Davis, David Avery and Charlie Cooper To Appear In Stath Lets Flats

Filming has wrapped on Channel 4’s critically acclaimed and triple BAFTA-winning comedy Stath Lets Flats.  The series is written and crea


News: Joan and Jericha Return for Third Season

Dear Joan and Jericha, the award-winning comedy podcast from comedy writers and actors Julia Davis and Vicki Pepperdine, returns for a third season on the Acast Creator Network. Eight new episodes will be released weekly starting November 17th. 


News: Dear Joan And Jericha Returns

Dear Joan and Jericha, the award-winning comedy podcast from the minds of British comedy writers and actors Julia Davis and Vicki Pepperdine, returns for a second series on Acast’s ever-expanding podcast network. Eight new episodes will be released weekly starting October 3rd. 

TV Review: Sally4Ever, Sky Atlantic

A long time ago when Julia Davis co-starred in the decidedly warped BBC2 character comedy Human Remains with Rob Brydon I assumed Brydon was the one with the dark sensibility. Until I interviewed him and he told me that the darkness came from Julia Davis. Having seen Davis in Nighty Night, Hunderby and Camping since then I think I would have worked it out anyway.


News: New Sky/HBO Project For Julia Davis

Say hello to love, sex and confusion in the darkly comic world of Julia Davis, the award-winning creator of Camping (pictured with Rufus Jones) and Nighty Night, and the creator of Sally4Ever, a Sky original co-produced with HBO.


News: Camping Gets An American Makeover

Camping, the dark comedy by Julia Davis, is to be remade in America by Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner.


Video: Julia Davis in Electric Dreams

Watch clips from this Sunday's edition of Electric Dreams which stars Steve Buscemi and Julia Davis.

Ed (Steve Buscemi) has his life turned upside down, and his wife Sally's (Julia Davis) worst fears come true when he meets femme fatale Jill (Sidse Babett Knudsen), a 'chimera' or synthetic being who is as beautiful as she is deadly. Jill draws Ed into a world of crime and murder that threatens to destroy everything he holds dear.

Electric Dreams: Crazy Diamond, Sunday, October 8, 9pm.


News: London Comedy Film Festival Line-Up Announced

The line-up of the 6th LOCO London Comedy Film Festival at BFI Southbank has been announced. Highlights include new films featuring Julian Barratt, Noel Fiedling, Julia Davis, Alice Lowe, Aisling Bea, Brett Goldstein and Roger Allam.

The festival runs from May 4 - 7 and opens with the UK premiere of The Hippopotamus, based on Stephen Fry’s bestselling black comic novel and directed by John Jencks, starring Roger Allam, Tim McInnerny, Fiona Shaw, Matthew Modine, Emily Berrington and Russell Tovey.

News: Bafta Nods For Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Julia Davis, Steve Coogan & More

Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been nominated for two Baftas in the Craft Awards, announced today.

The creator and star of Fleabag is nominated in the Breakthrough Talent category and also in the Best Writer: Comedy category, where she is up against Stefan Golazsweski for Mum, Steve Coogan, Neil & Rob Gibbons for Alan Partridge's Scissored Isle and Julia Davis for Camping. 

Fleabag editor Gary Dollner is also up for Best Editing/Fiction.

TV Review: Camping, Sky Atlantic, Episodes 5 & 6

Don’t be fooled by the jaunty sub-Mumfords music at the start of episode 5. Julia Davis’ comedy-drama comes to a head in all sorts of horrendous ways in these last two instalments.

At some point most of the characters have a meltdown of sorts. There were points when I was not even sure if I was watching a comedy, the story was so bleak. At times this was grotesque in the style of The League of Gentlemen, but in some ways it was far worse because it was so rooted in middle class, middle aged normality.


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