Toby Jones

Interview: Don't Forget The Driver Star & Co-Writer Toby Jones

Don’t Forget The Driver is a new comedy for BBC Two, the first piece of writing for television from Bafta-winner Toby Jones and Obie Award winner Tim Crouch.

Set in the seaside town of Bognor Regis, it observes the beauty and ugliness of life in small-town Britain, f


News: First Image From New Toby Jones Comedy

The first image has been released from the new Toby Jones comedy Don’t Forget The Driver

The series stars (from left to right): Toby Jones, Danny Kirrane, Marcia Warren, Erin Kellyman, Jo Eaton-Kent, Luwam Teklizgi, Wills Whittington, Claire Rushbrook, Dino Kelly and Bharti Patel.

News: Casting Announced For New Toby Jones Comedy

Casting has been confirmed for BBC Two’s brand new comedy series Don’t Forget The Driver.  Joining BAFTA winning actor Toby Jones (Detectorists, Marvellous, The Girl) are Claire Rushbrook (No Offence, My Mad Fat Diary, Secrets and Lies) and Marcia Warren (Vicious, Edge of Heaven). Newcomers Jo Eaton-Kent and Luwam Teklizgi line-up alongside Danny Kirrane (Game of Thrones, Wasted), Erin Kellyman (Solo: A Star Wars Story, Les Miserables) and Dino Kelly (Peaky Blinders, Silent Witness).


News: New Post-Brexit BBC Comedy Starring The Brilliant Toby Jones

Written and created by acclaimed BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones (Detectorists, Marvellous, The Girl) and Obie award winning playwright Tim Crouch (An Oak Tree, Beginners, Adler & Gibb) Don’t Forget the Driver stars Toby Jones in a dark comedy set in sunny, seaside Bognor Regis.

It explores what it means to live, work and parent at a point when the entire UK population is having to come to terms with the changing colour of their passports.


Opinion: Work-in-Progress – What Is It Worth?

I had an email yesterday from comedian Tiernan Douieb, telling me about the glittering line-up of the forthcoming Phoenix Fringe. The three-day laugh-in from February 20 includes the likes of Russell Howard, Hal Cruttenden and Katherine Ryan and tickets are around the £10 mark. Most of their tickets go for £8 in advance or a bargain £20 for 3 shows.

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