FOLLOWING the phenomenal success of Life Is Pain – his first live tour in more than a decade – Alan Davies has announced the launch of his brand-new show, Little Victories, which will stop off at the Music Hall in Aberdeen on Friday, April 11.
Davies, best known as the much-loved resident dunderhead on QI and star of the TV series, Jonathan Creek, began his career in stand-up comedy in 1988.
Through the 1990s, he was named Time Out magazine's best young comic and made his network TV debut on Tonight with Jonathan Ross, was nominated twice for British Comedy Awards, and won an Edinburgh Festival Critics Award for comedy.
In 1996, he took on the eponymous role of Jonathan Creek, and the show, which has won numerous awards, including a BAFTA for best drama and a National TV Award, continues to attract large TV audiences.
In 2009, Penguin published his first book, My Favourite People, 1978-1988, which was adapted into a three-part documentary series for Channel 4, entitled Teenage Revolution.
Davies has just finished filming a new series of Jonathan Creek which is due to be transmitted this spring.
Tickets for his Aberdeen show are available now by calling 01224 641122 or from the website at www.boxofficeaberdeen.com