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By Alan Davies had built a national reputation as a stand-up comic, having plugged away on the comedy circuit for 13 years.
Yet when he turned up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival that year it would mark the start of a year hiatus from the stand-up scene. In fact I went back to the festival the following year and did a play.
Stand-up just kind of drifted away from me. Unable to commit to touring he found himself in a catch situation. When I decided I wanted to get back into stand-up I had to really set about putting a show together in a different way. It meant doing little pub gigs. Flying by the seat of my pants, I gradually got back into the process. The trouble now is, if I sit at the computer for five seconds both my kids come and leap on me. We do like the Chinese in Corbridge, Artisam, and my wife likes to go to the Black Bull and meet people she was at school with.
But we had a good chat in the church about the Arsenal, as you do. My God he was a good player. I like touring now because I can go out the door, get on a train somewhere and it feels like a day out. For instance, he talks about the death of his mother who died from leukaemia when he was aged six. I can talk about things like death now without feeling uncomfortable or making the audience feel uncomfortable. Older but not necessarily wiser. To be honest with you I find it all quite boring.
I just like having a laugh with the other comedians. I thought that was genius. I loved that. Honorary Northumbrian Alan Davies chats to Matthew Ketchell about his return to the stand-up circuit, swapping pubs for parks and soft play, and bumping into famous footballers in Corbridge. Published in: April Zero to The Hundred: the summer sporting fixture not to be missed. As cricket undergoes arguably its greatest revolution yet, we assess what The Hundred Getting to know… The Feens. This alternative rock band from Scarborough formed in lateinitially performing How a former Cbeebies animator is supporting local artists.
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Alan Davies' Return To Stand-Up